Officials in northeast China are planning a resident resettlement and afforestation project to double the size of a key migration corridor for wild Siberian tigers and Amur leopards ...
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Tensions over Europe's migrant crisis led to arrests and violence in Sweden and the UK over the weekend,
Runners have always had a view on whether treadmill running is easier than doing it outdoors.
Oriel College, Oxford has decided to keep a controversial statue of the Victorian imperialist Cecil Rhodes in place after months of debate about whether it should be torn down.
“Education cannot be regulated by the market,” declared Peru’s President Ollanta Humala following the approval of the ‘University Law’ which ushers in some of the most sweeping changes that Peruvian higher education has ever seen
Royal Bank of Scotland has named three Scottish scientists -- two men and one woman -- on the shortlist of candidates to appear on its first plastic 10 pound ($14) note.
Remember the Skreemr, a concept for a supersonic plane that could travel at Mach 10?
Nine of 10 parents believe in the importance of nurturing a child's "career quotient" and 45 percent think middle school is the best time to start identifying job interests, a survey found.
A small Michigan university is citing declining enrollment in tenure denials, and faculty members allege the approach violates their contract.
The mass rejection of research papers by selective journals in a bid to achieve a high impact factor is an enormous waste of academics’ time, advocates of open access publishing have argued.