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A global shift towards open-access publishing is opening up new types of inequality within academia, according to research that highlights institutional “stratification” in publishing access outcomes.
The end of net neutrality is officially set to come this spring.
Concerns about the harm caused by "too much" screen time - particularly when it is spent on social media - are widespread.
Among the reams of evidence collected by the FBI in its investigation of college basketball corruption are meticulous records of payments and scheduled payments to the families of players, Yahoo’s Pete Thamel and Pat Forde report.
Thursday will be a pivotal day for Purdue and its pending – not to mention controversial – deal to buy for-profit Kaplan University.
A new study identifies the gaps between graduates' views of their skills and the views of those who hire them.
Women in countries with high levels of gender equality are less likely to gain degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, according to a study.
White nationalist Jared Taylor is suing Twitter after the social network banned his account as part of a crackdown on abusive content.
While working in the field of product design, Sarah Zuhlsdorf became increasingly troubled by a pervasive feature of her job: waste.