Articles By Wendy Yang
According to a recent major national study, parents and teachers are generally supportive of academic acceleration but have misplaced concerns about the emotional impact of fast-tracking education.
Scientists have started the #SciFund Challenge, a new type of crowdfunding that lets individuals support scientific research projects, organizations, and causes they believe in.
Who would have thought that too much praise could hurt?
Scientists have answered an age-old question on how platelets are formed, and also why low platelet numbers are a side effect of chemotherapy.
A study has shown a strong relationship between schizophrenia and epilepsy, suggesting a shared susceptibility between the diseases that may be a result of genetic, environmental, or neurobiological causes.
A team of international researchers examined the genomic DNA of South Asian patients with type 2 diabetes, identifying six genetic variants associated with the disease.
To educate Chinese citizens that the transport of ivory is illegal, a series of Chinese-language broadcasts was aired throughout Africa between July and August by China Radio International (CRI).
New research reveals that female Asian elephants develop social interactions that extend to a larger, stable network of friends from which they can choose their companions.
The “BookieMonster” uses computer-generated voices and speech-recognition to read text aloud to children, before asking them to read it back to the computer.
Two Australian education programs, Primary Connections, and a pilot high-school program, Science by Doing, have been cut from further funding by the government.