A top Mexican university on Monday set up a national technology exchange center in east China's Hangzhou to turn its technological research into reality.
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Pupils are being told to remove watches from their wrists before taking GCSE and A-level exams, to combat cheating.
Experts agree that the world is transitioning to new energy sources, and the next disruption may be around the corner.
Bay State colleges and universities are moving to boost services targeted at older students to fill the ranks.
Swedish universities have moved to cancel their contract with journal publisher Elsevier as concern over slow progress towards open access spreads.
“There’s darkness and then there’s being on a ship in the middle of the Pacific Ocean where looking out from the deck all you see is inky blackness.
Excelsior College, founded to help adults complete degrees online, staggers after curtailing its biggest program over quality concerns. Administrators say "repositioning" is working, but a more competitive market awaits.
Data from millions of Facebook users who used a popular personality app, including their answers to intimate questionnaires, was left exposed online for anyone to access, a New Scientist investigation has found.
It started as a dialogue about "ingredients of concern" in cosmetics and other personal care products, orchestrated by rival retailers Target and Walmart.
An increasing number of British schools are planning to set up campuses in second-tier cities in China, as the country's middle class expands and parents attach greater importance to their children's education.