Black students take on more debt and get fewer slots on grants, data show | Science

New data from the National Science Foundation (NSF) on U.S. college student debt offer fresh proof of racial variations in the training of Black Ph.D. students in science—and mean... Read more »

A year ago, Black physicists at Fermilab demanded change. What’s happened? | Science

The Change Now cumulative at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory: (front row, from left) Tammy Walton and Brian Nord; (back row, from left) Bryan Ramson, Doug Berry, and Jessica Esquivel Brian Nord Within... Read more »

A Dormant Volcano: The Black Hole at the Heart of Our Galaxy

3.5 million years back, a supermassive black hole at the heart of our Galaxy spat out a huge flare. Our scientists dealt with a worldwide group to make the... Read more »

First ‘Overtones’ Heard in the Ringing of a Black Hole

When 2 black holes clash, they combine into one larger black hole and ring like a struck bell, sending ripples in space and time called gravitational waves. Embedded in... Read more »

Cracking Open the Black Box of Automated Machine Learning

Scientists from MIT and in other places have actually established an interactive tool that, for the very first time, lets users see and manage how progressively popular automated machine-learning... Read more »