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A former colleague pays tribute to Nobel prizewinner Sir Harold Kroto, who has died aged 76
The good, the bad and the offbeat: the academy through the lens of the world’s media
How the reputation analysis is done
More than 10,000 academics' views give unique insight into universities' global reputations
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Sutton Trust report warns that finding is ‘cause for concern’
‘Character education’, a concept that has taken off among schoolteachers, could be coming to higher education
Director of education and society at the British Council says Western universities must prove they do not have ‘imperialist’ designs on the continent
‘America’s Promise Grants’ find way around Republican block in Congress
Weiming Education Group, the largest provider of private schools in China, is branching out into the US
A leading physics educator has died
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A recipient of the Institute of International Education’s Syrian scholarship fund describes her experience at a US university
Money is designed to help institutions ‘attract and retain the best and brightest researchers from around the world’