Commentary on the news in the fine arts, academics, & athletics
Some work at the University of California, Berkeley, suggests that many people associate the same colors with the same emotions produced by music, depending on its character.
Students from Calvert County, in partnership with Morgan State University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, presented their research about the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
Get ready for the cicadas to return this summer in Maryland, and all it takes is a few drops of morning dew to keep their wings fresh and clean.
It’s not Jurassic Park but real life, as two scientists have found evidence, among fossil dinosaur eggs, that dinosaurs are perhaps more closely linked to birds than to reptiles.
A Maryland scientist and member of the state board of education speaks about the Next Generation Science Standards, which were released to the public on Tuesday.
As a scientist, a biologist by training, I’m wondering about a few assertions in the Next Generation Science Standards, which were released a few days ago.
A group of 26 states, including both Illinois and Maryland, has finally released the “Next Generation Science Standards.” The effort took several years, and we’ll examine the standards in future posts on this blog.
Comparative linguistic studies have revealed that very young children understand the rules behind the grammar they’re using and don’t simply imitate words and phrases they hear from adults.
Fraudulent editions of journals that have names that sound quite real have been popping up. Schools and students should use caution when it comes to trusting research they find online.
A rise in A.D.H.D. diagnoses was noticed by reporters at the New York Times who obtained raw data from a recent nationwide survey of families.