The demand for ’60s computer programmers was huge as business, industry, science, education and government all raced to reap the benefits of new technology. Here’s a look!
Albert Einstein’s wife, Elsa, may not have been a scientist – but she understood her husband, at least.
The way life is carried on now seems near discovery By Watson Davis, Director, Science Service Washington — One of the fundamental problems of living
For almost 2,500 years, man was wrong. From the time of Socrates, he had thought of atoms as the smallest particles of matter. In the
Stanford University in California got its start all because a boy died from Typhoid fever, and his parents so grieved his loss, they put millions into creating this college in his name.
Four killed at Kent State as troops fire on crowd Kent, Ohio students were shot to death and 11 other persons wounded, four seriously, in
A scientist announced Saturday that he had positively identified the chemical makeup of genes, the tiny cells that govern heredity, despite Russian claims that the gene is a “figment of the imagination.”
The rising cost of educating a college student Average expenditures of colleges per student for a full year In public colleges 1956-57: $1,834 1966-67: $2,222