Like many illustrators, Ashfield, Massachusetts artist Gayle Kabaker has long dreamed of seeing her work on the cover of New Yorker magazine. Over the years she’s submitted ideas, with no success.
When you crumple a piece of paper and throw it in the trash, ever think about the physics of how, exactly, that flat piece of material transforms into a little ball?
Twenty-one Afghan teachers received master’s degrees in education in Kabul this spring, with help from UMass School of Education’s Center For International Education.
Western Massachusetts acupuncturist John Varner is participating in a $1.2 million study funded by the Department of Defense to see if the alternative treatment can help veterans who suffer f
Recently the Massachusetts Senate– in what some say skirted a controversial discussion..voted quickly and with no debate, to approve a requirement that all doctors and nurses talk to dying p
Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency officials will, for the first time, include public safety officials from the western part of the state in their annual hurricane preparedness meeting tomor
Jay and Delene Holbrook scoured Massachusetts city and town hall basements and many dusty vaults for years making micro fiche records of previously unarchived documents, like birth, marriage and de
The last few years, most state budgets have been strained. And that has led to a debate about how best to raise revenue.
The software giant Apple is facing what some are calling a Nike moment, following recent press accounts that allege poor working conditions at Foxcomm, one of its suppliers in China.
There are now more than 2000 mosques in the U.S.
Monday night the Williams College Oceans Symposium showed the film-A Sea Change, Imagine a World Without Fish. Environmental writer Elizabeth Kolbert, of the New Yorker, spoke afterwards.
Attitudes about adolescent sexuality in the Netherlands versus the United States are examined in UMass Amherst sociologist Amy Schalet's newest book called– Not Under My Roof.
Sometimes a mere observation can germinate the idea for a successful invention. George de Mestral,the man who created Velcro,was inspired by the way burrs stuck to clothing.