Higher education regulator moves to correct confusion over status of specialist institutions
Academic warns universities need to take impact of accent on credibility seriously as it has ‘demotivated’ overseas lecturers
Six out of 10 among 278 anonymous respondents admit to at least one incident of misconduct
Swedish research ethics board finds researchers guilty of scientific misconduct
Kishore Mahbubani sparked backlash after suggesting Singapore should 'behave like a small state'
Advancing capabilities of stem cells could mean researchers run into legal difficulties once more, European academies warn
Universities worry that young scientists affected by humanitarian crisis might ‘leave and not return’
Institutions left ‘bemused’ by ratings delivered by pilot
Ningbo campus provost threatens legal action over ‘deliberate misrepresentation’
Paris and Brussels are now taking legal action against sites critics accuse of 'pimping'
Five people were killed at Monterrey Institute of Technology during 7.1 magnitude earthquake in September
High price of journals 'placing strain on acceptance' of division of labour between researchers and publishers, says professor
Simon Birmingham suggests Productivity Commission report could change senators' minds
Remaining three years of funding programme to focus on carbon reduction, climate change resilience, digitisation and cybersecurity
Professor allegedly demanded ‘superhuman commitment’ from doctoral students, allowing them barely any holiday and setting meetings that ran past midnight