The indigenous San people of southern Africa are among the most studied in the world and are first in Africa to draft research guidelines.
Article details the Penn State Lehigh Valley THON dancers' trip, along with other dancers from the Lehigh Valley, to Bryce Jordan Center in February.
Although unemployment rates have decreased, the number of people who are "underemployed" is on the rise.
A team led by scientists at Penn State has found more evidence of the relationship between the noses we have now and the climates where our ancestors lived.
It is easy for people who are new to spinning to overexert themselves.
The study shows that people from humid and warmer climates tend to have wider noses and those that come from dry and cold climates have narrower noses.
Professor of Education Dana Mitra comments on a Pennsylvania senator's push for school choice.
Ever-rising CO2 concentrations have scientists searching for ways to buy humanity time to reduce carbon emissions.
The combination of drugs in a nanoparticle prevented tumor development and uncontrolled cancer cell growth in mice and had no detectable side effects.
Donald Trump's election results outperformed Mitt Romney's in 2012 -- particularly in the counties with the highest drug, alcohol and suicide mortality rates.