Shutting out thousands of students, seeking state loans, closing campuses seen if revenue dominoes fall the wrong way.
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Biotech company Novozymes has launched an energy-and-fuel company in Mozambique that makes ethanol from cassava for use as a cooking oil.
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Scientists working in many nations are contributing to the world’s store of scientific, technological and engineering knowledge.
More and more scholars in the United States are researching the Koran.
Opera Software would cost Facebook over $1 billion as competition from Google and others could push up the price tag, analysts said on Tuesday, as takeover talk pushed the shares up as
Ohio State University is going digital by enhancing teaching and student learning with technology including iPads, iTunes U and iBooks Author.
In the fall, Sissy Bradford took a public stand -- unpopular with many in San Antonio -- about separation of church and state.
The recently-announced planned ban on plastic shopping bags in L.A. is creating a ripple effect across the manufacturing and retail industries.
In the wake of the Fukushima disaster, Japan has idled all 50 of its nuclear reactors. While the central government and business leaders are warning a prolonged shutdown could spell economic doom, many Japanese and local officials see the opportunity for a renewable energy revolution.