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Wheelchair users travelling in London and other worldwide cities on public transport can now get accessibility information from Google Maps.
Students at English universities are happy for their tuition fees to subsidise their lecturers’ research activities but do not want to subsidise other departments, new research reveals.
Online education provider Udacity quietly drops money-back pledge for those who can't find a job after finishing their studies.
There’s nothing illegal about taxing car rentals to pay for sports stadiums and other projects, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
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Interns hoping to get a full day’s pay might find it tougher to do so under revised federal guidelines that help determine whether an internship should be paid.
With a growing list of adopters and endorsers, Environmental Defense Fund, Meloy Fund and Encourage Capital launched new guidelines for investing in global fisheries to drive needed capital into scaling sustainably managed fisheries and restoring our oceans to abundance.
The government faces trying to find funding for 300,000 extra undergraduate places in England by 2030 if it is to meet likely future demand for higher education, a new report warns.