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Academic freedom in Hong Kong is under threat from a growing backlash from China against recent pro-democracy demonstrations, a new study claims.
Only one in four Britons trusts social media and users would like to see tighter regulation, according to the annual Edelman Trust Barometer.
Amidst the madness of 2017, a bigger shift was missed than probably any other — right at the commanding heights of the economy: Natural gas fizzled out of the plan for the future.
The University of Providence has been busy in the last year in its efforts to expand the school's athletic prowess, adding three new programs.
The number of international students in the US fell by 2.2 per cent at undergraduate level and 5.5 per cent at postgraduate level from 2016 to 2017, according to a new report from the National Science Foundation, Science and Engineering Indicators.
When anthropologist Christen Smith attended a conference last year, she listened in disbelief as a speaker paraphrased a long passage from her book without citing her work.
Student aid won't face immediate impact, but civil rights investigations are likely to halt. Research agencies are unlikely to review and act on grant proposals
A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer has been detained while walking his child to school, his family says.
A French university has set up a panel to explore the ethical implications of research into new technologies such as artificial intelligence.