One local teacher knows opening up experiences in science to his students can make all the difference in their education.
My secret is out; I’m a sucker for them. Elephants.
Three Massachusetts research facilities are getting a boost from the federal government, including money to help find out if undersea “kites” can reliably produce renewable energy.
Massachusetts students are among the smartest in the world when it comes to math and science, according to the results from an international aptitude test.
Hundreds of Massachusetts high school seniors were denied diplomas at the end of the last school year because they failed the MCAS science exam.
The brother of the man who killed a Woburn police officer has now officially been charged in connection with the crime.
The U.S. commerce secretary has denied a request by the governor of Massachusetts for emergency increases in fish catch limits, saying there’s no new science to justify them.
The sudden appearance of freshwater jellyfish at historic Walden Pond has researchers at the New England Aquarium puzzled.
Harvard University says a faculty committee investigating the work of a psychology professor has found him “solely responsible” for eight instances of scientific misconduct.
2010 is shaping up as possibly the hottest year on record. WBZ’s Ed Walsh gets details from meteorologist Elliot Abrams.