Many people can likely remember how expensive text books are in college, but Virginia Tech is trying to solve that.
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Academics have predicted a crackdown on Confucius Institutes across the West, as the UK becomes the latest country to launch an investigation into the role and influence of the Chinese government-funded centres.
Nursing colleges add curricula to deal with a growing public health problem.
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Amazon says it does not eavesdrop on customers' conversations to target advertising at them, after it emerged it had patented "voice-sniffing" tech.
In the past several years, publicly traded companies increasingly have taken very public positions on sustainability issues.
Students at many Texas colleges struggle to find enough food to eat — and struggle academically as a result
European universities and research organisations could save hundreds of millions of euros a year by switching to an open access publishing system, a new analysis of subscription deals with publishers has concluded.
A new online platform dubbed the “legal Sci-Hub” is set for major expansion, promising to offer academics “one-click access” to millions of journal articles and research papers.
The state’s attorney general pledged over the weekend to examine the planned closure of struggling Mount Ida College, which will merge with UMass Amherst, as students and parents grappled with an uncertain future.