The political comeback of David Laws is on, but the new junior education minister doesn't appear to be any wiser
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China will allow distributed photovoltaic solar power producers to be connected to the national grid free of charge to support the renewable-energy industry.
His case highlights the new, ‘enhanced’ reality of pro sports.
The ostrich-like dinosaurs that roamed the Earth millions of years ago were adorned with feathers, used to attract a mate or protect offspring rather than for flight, according to the findings
In a how-come-no-one-thought-of-this-before move, an English language testing giant has turned its student database into a direct marketing tool for colleges.
Ministers in France's new Socialist government are attending anti-sexism courses with presentations on stereotyping, inappropriate language and tips on how to avoid gaffes.The hour-long
It’s been a tough year for the University of Phoenix. But don’t count out the big dog of for-profits just yet.
Is higher education a giant bubble? I'd argue that it's probably not. But for-profit higher education just might be, and today we could be witnessing it pop.
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On issues ranging from genetically modified crops to nuclear power, environmentalists are increasingly refusing to listen to scientific arguments that challenge standard green positions. This approach risks weakening the environmental movement and empowering climate contrarians.