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1 hr ago | Creative Loafing Atlanta
Georgia GOP politicians were none too pleased with President Barack Obama's proposed federal budget that left out hundreds of millions of dollars they had hoped would help deepen the Savannah Port.
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1 hr ago | ThinkProgress
Women continue to be underrepresented in the well-paid, in-demand so-called STEM occupations - science, technology, engineering, and math - despite more of them getting college degrees in these fields.
2 hrs ago | India Talkies
New York, March 12: Do you often handle kids' maths assignments? Most of the men are given this task at home but a study says that even women are equally able when it comes to maths.
6 hrs ago | AndhraNews
American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education is pleased to announce its upcoming program, Commercial Lending Today , that will take place on May 1-2 at the Chicago Marriott in Chicago, IL.
As the amount of data grows ever larger but memory speed continues to greatly lag CPU speed, Xian-He Sun has established a new mathematical model for reducing data access delay.
Sometime in the next few months at the Big Ten's new headquarters in Rosemont, Ill., the conference will open something called "The Big Ten Experience," a museum dedicated to a conference whose history dates back to January 1895, when representatives from Purdue, the University of Chicago, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern and Wisconsin ... (more)
A state appeals court says the Chicago Police Department can no longer keep misconduct records secret, the Sun-Tims is reporting.
Children who use their hands to gesture during a math lesson gain a deep understanding of the problems they are taught, according to new research from University of Chicago's Department of Psychology.
U.S. News & World Report is out with the latest version of its best business school rankings , and not too much has changed.
Microbiologists have known for some time that different diets produce different gut flora, but new research indicates that the changes take hold with startling quickness.
Laurence Steinberg says for My Brother's Keeper to succeed, we can't just focus on "fixing" young black men.
Prejudice revealed. Men were twice as likely to be hired for a math job even when they had equal skill.
Republican candidate for governor of Illinois Kirk Dillard prepares to speak on March 4, 2014 at a public forum at the David and Reva Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.
Shiu Sin-por joins row over surveys, saying some techniques used by public opinion programme could lead to distorted results The head of the government's in-house think tank has waded into a row over opinion polling by describing some polls conducted by the University of Hong Kong as "problematic".
The Saffir-Simpson scale , which assigns 1-5 ratings for hurricane intensity, has become a household word each summer and fall when destructive storms threaten our coastlines.
In a room on the ground floor of the conference's sparkling new headquarters, the Big Ten is putting the final touches on its version of Cooperstown or Canton.
Members of Generation Y are less likely to be bothered by income inequality and more likely to want to get rich than their parents' were at the same age.