No, Professors Aren't Discriminating Against Conservative Students
A major study led by a lifelong Republican debunks this popular right-wing talking point.
As Schools Try to Become More Culturally Inclusive, Some Teachers Aren't Buying in
A Delaware high school led trainings on the impact of race on learning to try to better serve their student population, resulting in controversy.
Hiring Discrimination Is Greater in France and Sweden Than in the U.S.
But even in "low-discrimination countries," white applicants still fare better in job interviews, according to new research.
Justice by the Numbers: Meet the Statistician Trying to Fix Bias in Criminal Justice Algorithms
When the underlying data they rely on is incomplete—and it often is—the growing use of machine learning tools in America's criminal justice system can have devastating effects.
How Preschoolers Are Absorbing the Biases of Their Elders
New research finds that prejudice against black males can be detected as early as age four.
Black Cops Are Just as Likely as White Cops to Kill Black Suspects
New research suggests a culture of bias is a bigger problem than individual racist officers.
With Great Health Data Comes Great Potential for Bias
Are we creating health management systems that are responsive to differences, or ones that spit back content riddled with historical bias and discrimination?
Animal Research Falls Short on Experimental Procedures
A new study suggests two in three animal studies don't report taking even the most basic precautions against biased results, making many of the results unreliable.