The hunt for substitutes for rare earth minerals is gaining momentum as auto makers, lighting companies and clean tech developers seek to reduce their reliance on thin and unreliable supplies
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Islamist Mohamed Morsy was declared Egypt's first freely elected president on Sunday, sparking joy among his Muslim Brotherhood supporters on the streets who vowed to continue to try
Lying on your CV about your qualifications is becoming more widespread in a tough jobs market. Now a new online service could find you out
Saudi Arabia is to allow its women athletes to compete in the Olympics for the first time.
On the outskirts of Doha, capital of one of the world's richest countries, migrant workers who have helped build the city's glittering skyscrapers and luxury shopping malls live in conditions
Dr Joanne Benford, an Open University lecturer, is being investigated for suspected plagiarism after allegedly publishing a Dylan Thomas story under her own name.
Ministers are being asked to reconsider plans for older students to fund their own A-level and equivalent courses.
The greenest college campuses infographic reveals all the little things that ranks a college campus as a green college...a factor many students take into consideration.
President Vladimir Putin left global oil executives in little doubt as to who was the master of the world's largest energy reserves at Russia's answer to Davos.
Elite Afghan police backed by NATO forces ended a 12-hour siege on Friday at a popular lakeside hotel outside Kabul, leaving at least 20 dead after Taliban gunmen stormed the lakeside