At a time when budgets are under pressure, a competition in Finland offers an alternative approach to funding research proposals: a €100,000 (£88,000) prize, awarded after competing scholars gave three-minute pitches to entrepreneurs.
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Chinese authorities have shut down an institute that was teaching women to be obedient and subordinate to men.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Ashford University, a for-profit chain, and parent company Bridgepoint Education, accusing it of engaging in unlawful marketing, sales and debt collection practices.
The top discipline watchdog of the Communist Party of China has launched 16 emojis themed on the eight-point austerity rules, quickly becoming a hit on the internet
For more than four years, McDonald’s has been traversing a long and arduous path to produce "sustainable beef" in its sprawling global supply chain.
Legislation would tax largest private college endowments, create new cost burdens for business unrelated to educational mission and could put new strains on state budgets that fund public universities.
At a time when the female voice is being heard speaking out about many forms of abuse, Deborah Gabriel insists that the experiences of black women also need to be given a platform.
A new class at the University of California, Berkeley, is training students to hack.
Once again, Twitter finds itself between a rock and a far-right place.
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