With lagging vaccine campaigns and threats of the new delta variant, some world leaders are prompted to impose vaccine mandates.
Any potential money is barred by a congressional act known as the Dickey Amendment, which mandates that none of the funds available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would be “used to advocate or promote gun control."
Take away the words and familiar instruments. Would you still be able to identify a type of song just by the melody or rhythm of a song?
Nigerian playwright Ifeoma Fafunwa tells stories of sexual harassment. But her latest work puts the onus on women to fight their oppressors.
Could a study in which a pig's esophagus was elongated using a soft robotic system for nine days really help lead to a cure for cancer? It's actually not that much of a stretch.
English is spoken with countless accents by both native and non-native speakers. But a hierarchy of accents persists. So whether you're from Thailand or Tennessee, accent reduction may be a goal.
“The magic of being able to interact with creatures who'd been running away from you for almost a year was something real special, and that comes out very strongly in this film,” Dr. Goodall says.
Weiss and colleagues dreamed up the idea behind a massive antenna so sensitive it detects faint, invisible ripples in space from 1.3 billion years ago - offering evidence of Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning is at the center of a dispute after Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government invited, then disinvited her to become a visiting fellow.
One of the first public acts of this new US citizen was to get arrested in support of the rights of DACA recipients.
An archivist found more than 2,000 notebooks left behind in Harvard University storage for 50 years. Now, she’s working to make sure the notebooks from Harvard’s first women astronomers are available to the world.