University of Greenwich’s report following the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby suggests the ‘area was a centre for radical Islamic movements’
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A liberal-arts school in Berkeley has become the first Islamic institution of higher learning in the United States.
Facebook Inc clarified its rules banning certain content from its social network, as the Internet company strives to curb controversial posts such as support for violent militant groups and nudity without damaging its status as a global hub for users to share information.
Former students occupied an Oxford building on Monday to protest the university's failure to decide about divesting funds from fossil fuels.
It used to be that nutritionists were in one silo, sustainability experts in another. Never the twain shall meet.
They carefully sniff at the traps set on the chilly ground of Alaska’s north slope, suspicious of their sudden arrival.
In 2012, John L. Hennessy, president of Stanford University, famously told The New Yorker that technology was about to dramatically change higher education.
The University of Illinois board of trustees voted unanimously Thursday to establish an engineering-based medical college at its Urbana-Champaign campus in partnership with the Carle Foundation, an Urbana-based integrated-care network.
Drinking water supplies around the world often contain trace amounts of pharmaceuticals and synthetic compounds that may be harmful to human health.