Probably a fake. That's what a Harvard professor is saying about the "Jesus' wife" papyrus she once believed to be authentic. Why did folks fall for it in the first place?
Thomas Sutherland, a Colorado State University professor held captive in Lebanon until he was freed, has died.
(Video Link) Explicit bragging and self-congratulation used to be a phenomenon of rap music. Now, according to a study conducted by University of Michigan-Dearborn psychology professors Pamela McAuslan and Marie, Waung it's pervasive in all popular genres. Show More Summary
Submitted by Erico Matias Tavares of Sinclair & Co A Post Western World? An Interview with Prof. Harry Redner – Part I Prof. Harry Redner was Reader at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, as well as visiting professor at Yale University, University of California-Berkeley and Harvard University. Show More Summary
Live from Comic-Con 2016: 'Justice League,' 'Wonder Woman' and 'Suicide Squad' have everyone freaking out July 23, 2016, 4:48 p.m. San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, delighting super fans with surprise announcements ("Vampire Diaries" is ending, Rihanna is joining "Bates Motel!), teasers (looking...
Now a study has attached numbers to what we’ve known for a long time: giving attention to terrorists encourages terrorism. A study by Michael Jetter, professor at the School of Economics and Finance at Universidad EAFIT in Medellín,Show More Summary
Large Professor's production genius came to the fore on a seminal album in the summer of 1991. Continue reading…
Played by Raffi Barsoumian, alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Rachel Dratch.
A cool new color and helpful information for those who indulge in marijuana were among the notable discoveries of the week: Chemists Stumble Onto First New Blue in 200 Years : A professor and students at Oregon State inadvertently discovered a striking new shade of blue in the lab while trying...
Are law firms being exploited by their clients to launder money? [Wall Street Journal] Richard McLaren is the law professor who laid the ground work for Russia potentially being banned from the Rio Olympics over a doping scandal. [New York Times] An analysis of the legal issues in the new Ghostbusters movie. Show More Summary
Sayeth Professor Ball: "Fed officials have not been transparent about the Lehman crisis."
A recent case will shape how the ExamWorks case unfolds and also chart a path for the future of merger litigation.
Filed today: Mark McKenna, Chris Sprigman, Mark Lemley, Tyler Ochoa, Betsy Rosenblatt, Pam Samuelson, Kathy Strandburg, and I submitted a brief in this copyright separability case, arguing that conceptual separability is simply a coda...Show More Summary
New Orleans, LA - A team led by Nicolas Bazan, MD, PhD, Boyd Professor and Director of LSU Health New Orleans' Neuroscience Center of Excellence, has developed neuroprotective compounds that may prevent the development of epilepsy. The findings will be published online in Scientific Reports, a Nature journal, on July 22, 2016. read more
Since the 1936 ‘Hitler Olympics,’ the Olympics seem to be overtly used more and more to promote a political agenda. Professor Stephen Wagg from the Leeds Beckett University outlines the history of the commercialization and politicization of the Olympics.
A UBC professor is suggesting government policy makers and advisors need to do a re-think when it comes to giving validity to reports coming across their desks. Carey Doberstein, an assistant professor of political science at UBC's Okanagan...Show More Summary
A Michigan State University professor built a set of 10 digits for the police to test.
An unsolved murder and a locked mobile phone led police to Michigan State University, with an unusual request: Could computer science professor Anil Jain whip up 3D-printed fingers of the victim? Doing so would give them manufactured fingerprints that could unlock his phone and perhaps glean clues about who killed...
Universities in the Czech Republic are ready to offer jobs to Turkish academics who have been dismissed as part of the Turkish government's purge since the failed military coup on July 15.
As the number of those arrested in Turkey’s post-coup purges exceeded tens of thousands people, including not only the military but teachers, judges and journalists, a renowned historian and Professor of Turkish Studies tells Radio Sputnik that even though the coup attempt seems to have been genuine, the ongoing arrests were pre-planned.