Solar companies could be well advised to look to chip makers to figure out how to survive a sector shake-out, as the consolidation of the semiconductor industry suggests it is all
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Russia is trying to attract more foreign postgraduates to its universities by removing red tape around the recognition of their degrees.
A planned carbon capture and storage plant in West Texas is being billed as the “cleanest coal plant in the world.” But can the $3 billion project help move the global power industry toward the elusive goal of low-carbon electricity, or is it just another way of perpetuating fossil fuels?
Learning how to use a university library can pose a challenge to first-generation college students.
The patriotic bunting is ready, the golden carriage on standby, the boats freshly painted, the shops filled with royal souvenirs.
Employees who feel they can make an impact on social and environmental issues while on the job are twice as satisfied with work as those who don’t, a new study shows.
There has been a 10% drop in the number of people from England applying to study in the UK when higher fees start, figures show.
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