Could family socioeconomic position be a factor in a teenager’s well-being? – Northern Arizona University

Have you ever considered how parents’ financial difficulties could affect their child’s behavior? New research from Sonya Xinyue Xiao, assistant professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, demonstrated that when families face financial difficulties, their teenage children are less likely to engage in helping, or prosocial, behavior.   It’s a useful piece of the puzzle to the


Where did the snow go? Researchers probe gap between snowfall, runoff – Cronkite News

Photo: University of Washington researcher Danny Hogan studies snowflakes with a “crystal card” as part of the team researching the question of snow sublimation in the Rockies. (Photo by Alex Hager/KUNC) High in the mountains above Crested Butte, Colorado, a team of scientists trudges single file through the whiteout, following a chain of orange flags marking

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Astronomer Named First-Ever Embry-Riddle Winner of $100,000 Award

Astronomer Noel D. Richardson has been named Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s first recipient of the $100,000 Cottrell Scholar Award, which recognizes research and teaching excellence. Nationwide this year, Richardson is one of only 25 outstanding teacher-scholars in chemistry, physics and astronomy selected to receive the honor, given by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA). “The future of

Semiconductor industry

Governor Ducey Announces $100 Million To Enhance Arizona Semiconductor Ecosystem

Historic funding increases Arizona competitiveness for additional public, private investment Governor Doug Ducey announced Friday a historic $100 million investment in Arizona’s fast-growing semiconductor industry to spur greater growth in a critical sector of the state’s economy. “Arizona has earned a place as one of the world’s leading destinations for chip design, manufacturing and innovation,”

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