A French publisher aims to install machines, which print stories and poems on demand, in unexpected places.
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The growing attractiveness of the U.S. renewables sector was again underlined last week, as a new analysis detailed how wind and solar projects in Colorado are set to undercut the cost of existing coal power even when storage costs are included.
American University of Malta undertakes mass firings of faculty. The start-up institution, run by a for-profit company with no track record in higher education, has struggled to find students and is mired in environmental and political controversy in Malta.
Middle-tier journals risk being “squeezed out” by big publishers trying to “monopolise” the academic periodicals industry, researchers have warned.
Innovation visionaries say electric, self-driving, shared cars will soon revolutionize the way humans move about.
Tonight during its annual First Look Event, Samsung debuted a real humdinger of a product: a 146-inch modular TV called "The Wall." And allegedly, this monster is aimed at consumers.
Cultivating global citizens while keeping students connected to Chinese humanistic and cultural foundations are the key competitiveness of Sino-foreign universities in China, said a senior official from one such joint venture.
The Trump administration has decided to cancel permits that allow nearly 200,000 people from El Salvador to live and work in the US.
Grand Canyon University announces another attempt at converting to a nonprofit, with plans for its holding company to partner with other colleges.
As the Trump administration and congressional Republicans push a variety of higher-education paths, including more vocational options, we take a look at today’s college student population