Working with other academics can be tricky so follow some key rules, say Kevin O'Gorman and Robert MacIntosh
University announces new initiatives designed to reduce problems around affordability
New policy may not benefit poorer households, say officials
But latest figures from the ONS show granting of study visas in UK HE remained stable
Some countries have managed to increase both the quality and quantity of their research
When it comes to big countries, more individualistic nations are more altruistic
This graph shows that Japan’s top-ranked universities now rely on their hospitals for about 40 per cent of their income as they struggle with deep cuts in government spending.
This map shows that across Africa, India, Central America and parts of the Middle East, people are more likely to believe that one of the “bad effects” of science is that it “breaks down ideas of right and wrong”