The process of gerrymandering voting districts — drawing them in a way that ensures the party in power entrenches its political influence in state legislatures and Congress — has been around since the nation’s founding. […]
As alluded to by its name, most shipworms bore into and digest wood – making them a natural nemesis to docks, pier infrastructure, wooden vessels and sailors alike. The mollusks digest the wood with the […]
First-of-its-kind Research in U.S. Shows Benefits of Early Adoption Disclosure Adults who discovered they were adopted after the age of 3 – known as “late discovery adoptees” – suffer from greater emotional distress levels and […]
A shopping list goes a long way in helping us remember what we need when going grocery shopping. Some of us prefer to handwrite a list while others use apps (like “Notes”) on their smartphones. […]
More than a year after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico in September 2017, investigations continue into the impact of the devastating storm. The United States Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology is assessing damage […]
Throughout Autism Awareness month, the Drexel News Blog has spoken with experts from, like James Connell, PhD, who are leading the autism research field.
Earlier this month, Delaware Senate President Pro Tempore David McBride introduced controversial legislation to keep his state in Daylight Saving Time by moving to the Atlantic Time Zone. Such a change faces an uphill battle, […]
During Autism Awareness month, the Drexel News Blog has spoken with leaders in the autism research field from the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute.
Over the course of Autism Awareness month, the Drexel News Blog has spoken with researchers from the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute, who are leading the autism research field.
Unrealistic. Not ambitious enough. Too little, too late. Worth a shot? Already the subject of a great deal of conjecture and debate, the Green New Deal, a broad set of policy goals addressing environmental justice […]