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Johannes Haushofer lists failures in attempt to 'balance the record' on how he climbed the greasy pole of academia
Gearing research too far towards industry goals can lead to short-termist approach, warns Brian MacCraith
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Opposition calls on government to help meet funding shortfall
David Turpin says Canada’s provincial system makes it harder to attract international undergraduate students
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Philanthropic donations to universities seen in the US can be replicated in Europe and the Middle East, argues former University of Chicago president Hugo Sonnenschein
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Legal obligations continue to apply in transnational setting, say Lancaster scholars