More than half of all research papers published by academics in France and Britain now have at least one international co-author. Share lags in U.S.
UK universities generate £95 billion for the country’s economy and support more than 940,000 jobs across the nation, according to an analysis from Universities UK.
Setting out his grand vision to reinvigorate the European Union at the end of last month, Emmanuel Macron made clear he had big plans for the continent's universities.
New results from the nation’s most widely used college admission test highlight in detailed fashion the persistent achievement gaps between students who face disadvantages and those who don’t.
There are hundreds of jobs available in Dothan, according to the Dothan Chamber of Commerce, but filling them has proved challenging.
What links the record $2.74 billion EU fine imposed on Google for abusing its market dominance, the firm’s relationships with DeepMind and Planet Labs, a study on the health of the world’s pollinators and an out-of-the-blue wasp sting?
Any parent of a middle or high school student is probably familiar with their child's school's anti-bullying policy.
If you’re struggling under a load of student loans, you already know how hard it is to make ends meet.
A wildly popular Chinese news app is fast becoming one of the world's hottest upstarts.
Earlier this year, Hilton trumpeted the arrival of its latest hotel brand, one comprised of unique properties with especially close ties to the communities in which they are located — the foundation for a sustainable relationship.