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Times Higher Education digital edition (26 May 2016)

Pastures new: How long will Chinese students flock to Western universities?

Times Higher Education digital edition 19 May 2016

It's a whopper! How do UK v-cs compare with international peers in our annual survey of pay?

Times Higher Education digital edition: 5 May 2016

Over the hill at 30? Senior scientists on Einstein’s law of research prowess

Times Higher Education digital edition: 5 May 2016

Sunshine and rain: The rainbow dream – how accommodating is the academy to LGBT staff?

Times Higher Education digital edition (28 April 2016)

Teutonic shift: Can Germany reconcile its drive for excellence with its egalitarian traditions?

Times Higher Education digital edition (21 April 2016)

Eye-opening exchanges: China’s impact on African higher education

Times Higher Education digital edition (14 April 2016)

Sow the seeds: Academics on the books every student must read

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Shared values? Academic social networks and the future of research

Times Higher Education digital edition (31 March 2016)

The alchemical age: Can young universities easily transform themselves into world leaders?

Times Higher Education digital edition (24 March 2016)

The currents of life: Is the discipline of geography staying afloat in a changing world?

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