Disrupting the world of science publishing (TechCrunch)

by Tommy Cornelis


Disrupting the world of science publishing (TechCrunch) Every scientist wants his or her paper to appear in Cell, Nature or Science. In today’s scientific world, being associated with such publications is synonymous with prestige and excellence, opening doors to top positions and coveted awards. Nonetheless, these journals are typically known to have an acceptance rate of 5-10 percent, meaning that …



Grant will support minorities in STEM (The Temple News)

by brian jackson


The National Science Foundation funded a $1 million Emerging STEM Scholars grant for Temple. The program will support academically advanced and economically disadvantaged students studying [STEM]. The grant will support between 48 and 60 students at Temple and investigators will follow them from their freshman year to graduation to determine how peer, graduate student and faculty mentoring affects students’ abilities ...

Higher Education

by Marc


Loyola receives $2 million gift from Mary Hyman and The Sigmund M. Hyman Foundation to create sciences and education scholarships (Loyola University-Maryland)


Higher Education

by Marc


Loyola receives $2 million gift from Mary Hyman and The Sigmund M. Hyman Foundation to create sciences and education scholarships (Loyola University-Maryland)