Former secretary of labor tells THE summit that growing inequality in admissions is 'national tragedy in the making'
Citation analysis reveals potential winners of science’s highest accolade
Louise Richardson says Asian and US universities are hot on Oxford’s heels while Brexit vote is already affecting the institution’s researchers
Opposition spokesman on higher education also says government tactics on EU students are 'grubby'
This graph compares how UK, US and Japanese universities perform on measures of the economic impact of their research
This graph shows the dominance of Russell Group universities in attracting quality-related research funding from Hefce, which is based on the results of the REF
These graphs show that as academics in the US have become more liberal since 1990, trust in science among conservative members of the public has declined (while liberals’ has held steady)