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Last week, the UK’s universities minister threatened to fine institutions that pay their v-cs more than the prime minister without a strong justification. We present three perspectives on the debate
The bullying and subsequent suicide of a talented Ivy League scientist exposes ugly truths about the cruelty and dysfunction at the heart of academic science
No tax inspector or police officer can claim rights over what they write for their jobs, so why should academics, asks Gabriel Egan
We need to call off the witch-hunt and trust in the capacity of our students to learn, says Bruce Macfarlane
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