Many Americans support the U.S. role as global leader in science: survey
The survey was conducted by the Pew Research Center.
New research finds homicide is the leading cause of death in pregnant women
The findings were released in BMJ.
The European Union is seen favorably across 19 countries: survey
The survey consisted of assessing adult respondents from 19 countries.
Researchers suggest less than one half of Americans trust the Supreme Court
A survey was administered to Americans months after the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Russia illegally annexed four regions of Ukraine: UN report
Only five nations voted against a resolution, while 35 were counted as abstentions.
Extending voting rights may reduce the likelihood of political violence
The study was published in the Journal of the European Economic Association.
Study finds children may exhibit accent-based biases by age five
The study was published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
New Chinese research shows how mask-wearing influences how people act
The MIT experts also suggested that in China using masks increases moral awareness.
Americans’ views of China are now mixed after 2020: survey
The survey was conducted on U.S. adults during a time of a highly-politicized pandemic.
New study suggests a friendlier syllabus improves professor-student engagement
More than 250 psychology students at OSU took part in the study.
New research finds one in four adults experience transportation insecurity
More than 180 adult participants were included as part of a survey
New research finds forensic scientists tend to be whiter and less diverse in America
In forensic science, practitioners tend to be whiter than the American population it serves.