It is the hedgehog of the reef: a tropical fish whose quill-like fin spines inflict a painful sting. Now the zebra lionfish has become embroiled in an expanding research misconduct investigation that stretches from a Queensland island to the chilly Baltic and the grasslands of Saskatchewan.
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Uber said it is suspending self-driving car tests in all North American cities after a fatal accident.
A few decades ago, the sustainability movement lacked tools, so I started making some. Assessments. Indicators. Workshops. Even sustainability songs: They were communication tools.
Bridgepoint Education, Inc. (NYSE: BPI), a provider of postsecondary education services, today announced it plans to separate from its academic institutions, Ashford University and University of the Rockies, and become an Online Program Management (OPM) company.
After adopting a bitterly contested plan a few years ago to charge students tuition for the first time in a century, the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art announced Thursday that it hoped to make the college tuition-free again for all undergraduates in 10 years.
UNLV president signed a gift agreement that said a $14 million pledge was valid only if he was in the job. He's leaving, and the pledge has evaporated. Agreement raises questions on governance and fund-raising ethics.
What is being claimed to be the world’s first fully functional blockchain-based platform for researchers has been launched.
Modern slavery is a crime that happens all over the world, sometimes right under our noses. Its victims often go unnoticed, simply because people don't know that slavery exists, or how to spot the signs that someone has fallen prey to traffickers.
Wheelchair users travelling in London and other worldwide cities on public transport can now get accessibility information from Google Maps.
Students at English universities are happy for their tuition fees to subsidise their lecturers’ research activities but do not want to subsidise other departments, new research reveals.