This weekend's Nobel Prize ceremony provides a good time to reflect on our nation's support for future research.
Inside Science Contributor
Why science in the U.S. needs consistent support from the federal government to stay competitive.
Senior engineering students compete in live-action version of popular game.
Alan S. Brown, Contributor
White House and NSF announce new policies.
Chris Gorski, Editor
The key to improving science education may be letting kids call some of the shots.
Robotic camera technology inspires virtual exploration by students around the world.
Karen A. Frenkel, Contributor
Two new research studies offer a simple approach to improving examination performance.
Peter Gwynne, Contributor
New report questions US's ability to maintain an intellectual advantage.
Devin Powell, Contributor
A new book attempts to explain string theory to the masses.
Phil Schewe, Contributor
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