White workers’ emotions about race and reactions to racial differences in the workplace are triggered by identity threat-induced culture shock, researchers suggest in a new study.This article was originally published on this website.
A collaborative team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which runs the world’s largest field conservation program, has conducted first-of-its-kind research into how global climate change affects […]
A space solar-powered satellite (SSPS) is a tremendous energy system that collects and converts solar power to electric power in space, and then transmits the electric power to Earth, spacecraft, or moving targets via microwave. […]
Mathematicians from RUDN University have created a new routing algorithm in the Internet of Things network. It optimally splits traffic, which improves network speed and reliability. The results were published in Mathematics.This article was originally […]
A new report from the Education Recovery Scorecard, a collaboration between the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard and the Educational Opportunity Project at Stanford University, shows that some states, including Massachusetts, are still […]
South Asian fishing cats were observed raiding bird nests in tall trees for the first time. This rare and highly unusual behavior was caught on motion cameras set up in tree canopies across northeast Bangladesh […]
Math anxiety, which can begin as early as kindergarten, negatively affects students’ math performance both in the moment and throughout their math education. Most research focuses on the affective or physiological aspects of math anxiety—the […]
A study in which the FisioKlima-AgroSosT group of the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) participated identifies the key management practices needed to generate and maintain biodiversity in the grasslands of the Western Pyrenees of […]
Green roofs have become increasingly popular thanks to their benefits related to climate adaptation, mitigation, and urban biodiversity management.This article was originally published on this website.
A new study led by Cornell University is the first to analyze plant spore dispersion at its source, where rain droplets shake flexible leaves to initially disperse pathogens.This article was originally published on this website.