Montenegro becomes one of the first countries to outlaw not only plagiarism, but also donation of authorship and fabrication of research results
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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has agreed to stop using race when considering applicants to its medical school, bowing to pressure as the Trump administration campaigns to curtail the use of affirmative action in education.
A tweet has launched a raging online debate on whether Harvard is misusing federal work-study money by paying students to clean dormitories and toilets.
Astronomers have taken the first ever image of a black hole, which is located in a distant galaxy.
In light of President Donald Trump’s executive order directing government agencies to restrict and remove federal research funding from universities that infringe on students’ rights to free speech, Campus Reform compiled existing government data to determine exactly how much federal research money is doled out each year.
3D printing has been around for three decades, but only in the last few years has the technology become a serious contender for displacing conventional manufacturing methods now that it can achieve material strength that rivals legacy offerings and can deliver parts in a fraction of the time
To pay for college, Amy Wroblewski sold a piece of her future. Every month, for eight-and-a-half years, she must turn over a set percentage of her salary to investors.
China will choose chief teachers at primary and middle schools in rural areas in its central and western regions in a pilot program to promote local education, according to a notice from the Ministry of Education on Tuesday.
One coach and 13 parents reach deals over legal charges.
Some primaries would be unable to afford specialist language teaching without the money they receive from overseas schemes