Two-day walkout follows offer branded an 'insult' by the UCU, but employers claim strike will have 'no to low impact'
Does flexible working benefit universities as well as individuals? Jack Grove reports
Governments overall are spending more of GDP on tertiary education but less on research
Purchase of research repository has horrified open access advocates who fear acquisition marks attempt to maintain control over publishing
Pomona College academics vote for guidelines that ask tenure candidates to be ‘attentive to diversity in the student body’
Universities’ lobbying of the new Conservative government will focus on funding and continuing EU membership
Researchers have much to contribute to the study of law, education, engineering and healthcare, suggests new collection
Research from the University of Warwick reveals a mismatch between the aspirations and final destinations of Chinese students at UK universities
What insults have people used to disparage intellectuals over the past century?
These maps show which universities do research that goes on to have an impact on London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham
These data show how scholars used their time at different types of university in the period 2012 to 2015