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EU-backed research projects were slashed after Switzerland voted to curb immigration. The UK should take note.
The UK government’s announcement of its plans to offer extended post-study work visas for international graduates of UK universities has received an unusual response - unalloyed praise from the higher education sector.
Our profession has been great at raising awareness. But this alone won't succeed against the might of the oil and gas lobbyists.
Congo results show good survival rates for patients treated quickly with antibodies.
Universities fear chaos in September as private company struggles with workload.
Numerous unsung women, from computer engineers and mathematicians to secretaries and seamstresses, helped put a man on the moon. Here are the stories of some of those women.
As lecturers, we're protesting today to persuade the university to pay its PhD teaching staff proper wages
Casual contracts causing extreme levels of personal and financial hardship, union claims.
From mentoring to focus groups ethnic minority academics and students are under pressure to close the 13% attainment gap.
US billionaire Stephen Schwarzman is donating £150m to fund humanities research.
Research teams traversing partially melted fjord to retrieve weather equipment release startling picture.
Weakened permafrost in Canadian Arctic a further sign that global climate crisis accelerating faster than scientists had feared.
The history of science has often seen women's work overlooked and their credit stolen.
Academy will be managed by nationalist government in unprecedented move.
Hundreds of thousands protest against ‘culture of sexism in everday life’.
Nobel prize winner warns UK science will suffer unless it can gain access to Horizon Europe
Frequent rejection and a loss of control are making university staff isolated and ill, new research shows
From now, house style guide recommends terms such as 'climate crisis' and 'global heating'.
Higher education groups call on government to clarify its policy on tuition costs
Network of eight radio telescopes around the world records revolutionary image.
The neuroscientist talks about her website to expose sexual 'harassholes' in science
PhD grads complain that there are too few academic jobs. Should universities recruit fewer or do they need to support their postgrads into alternative careers?
Statisticians are calling on their profession to abandon one of its most treasured markers of significance. But what could replace it?
The giants of the scientific publishing industry have made huge profits for decades. Now they are under threat.
The director general of Cern talks about discovering the Higgs boson, women in science and the next generation of colliders.
The Elon Musk-backed nonprofit company OpenAI declines to release research publicly for fear of misuse
We are inspired that our children, spurred on by the noble actions of Greta Thunberg and other striking students, are making their voices heard, say 224 academics
Study finds failure of English language medical journals to comply with international ethical standards.
Higher education minister says Norwegians should study in countries other than Britain.
Those surveyed said they were systematically overlooked for promotion and mistaken for clerical staff