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Cambridge Graduate University makes some bold claims, which is hardly rare for a startup.
The concept of pricing ecosystem services and allowing them to be bought and sold has gained wide acceptance among conservationists in recent years. But does this approach merely obscure nature’s true value and put the natural world at even greater risk?
The history of Little Miss Muffet, Jack and Jill, and Incy Wincy Spider, is set to be the focus of Education experts from the University of Sheffield, in the form of a unique new resource.
The University of Cambridge's £350 million ($566 million) bond issue, intended to help finance a major housing and research development, has prompted concern about the potential impact on the institution of a decline in the property market.
Perhaps no segment of educators is more enthusiastic about the transition to the Common Core State Standards than those who work in virtual schools or in blended learning environments that mix face-to-face and online instruction.
Amid a sharp decline in net income, University of Phoenix operator Apollo Group Inc. plans to close 115 of its Phoenix sites, including the learning center in Elk Grove.
Multiple employees of the University of Iowa during a federal trial today countered their employer’s claims that a job candidate suing for alleged liberal biases had stated in a presentation to law school faculty that she would refuse to teach analysis.
At our recent VERGE São Paulo event, leaders from IBM, GE and WWF agreed that private sector collaboration is needed to help spur advancements in sustainable technology.