While the price of Bitcoin has dropped since Christmas, the virtual currency boom has shown no signs of cooling off in the more august precincts of America’s elite universities.
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Academics need to ask themselves whether they discriminate against overseas scholars on the basis of their home country, according to a researcher who found evidence of a “caste system” in global academia.
Iceland is facing an "exponential" rise in Bitcoin mining that is gobbling up power resources, a spokesman for Icelandic energy firm HS Orka has said.
Connecticut lawmakers are considering a different approach from other states to help students cover the high cost of college.
A federal judge on Friday blocked the University of Washington from billing the College Republicans an estimated $17,000 security fee for a campus rally Saturday on grounds that doing so would violate free-speech rights.
As the world moves toward a low-carbon economy, a fourth industrial revolution is taking place where advances in digital technology, artificial intelligence and robotics are combining to fundamentally change the way we live, work and do business.
Lawsuit reveals just how much a college consulting service will charge for its services
Student satisfaction is “unrelated” to learning behaviour and academic performance, a study has found.
According to the State Council Information Office of China, 2018 Happy Chinese New Year celebrations have launched in many countries around the world.
Almost 500 North Koreans are in South Korea for the Winter Olympics -- in a land they have been brought up to see as enemy territory; one clearly more prosperous and more free than their own.