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Race is still a disadvantage for black and minority ethnic students. We need radical change to level the playing field.
Publication will highlight pioneering work of scientists searching for cures to diseases like HIV and malaria and solutions to climate change.
Across the UK, universities are falling behind government targets to increase female representation on their boards by 2020. What steps can they take?
The physicist and author of A Brief History of Time has died at his home in Cambridge. His children said: We will miss him for ever.
Chinese investment is paying off with serious advances in biotech, computing and space. Are they edging ahead of the west?
I was told impact metrics could make or break careers. Instead, they broke my faith in scientific research.
Research into jobs finds men's dominance in IT and biotech is reversing the trend towards equality.
The pay imbalance is linked to a disproportionate number of men in the top jobs, especially to the performance bonuses offered to senior members of the investments team, all of whom were men.
I was routinely humiliated by my head of department. Universities must tackle bullying with proper policy.
‘Scientific’ eugenics is on the rise, and grabbing a foothold in respected journals. The claim that these theories are a credible part of a general discussion should worry us all.
Research into jobs finds men’s dominance in IT and biotech is reversing trend towards equality.
Researchers say universities with generous policies employ twice the number of women professors.
As a culture and a profession, medicine continues to systematically disadvantage women physicians at every stage of their careers.
More than just an academic problem: on the repercussions of scienctific misconduct on the careers of honest and hard-working scientists.
The Guardian investigates the low numbers of female professors.
My bullying supervisor damaged my mental health. But when I decided to stand up to them, I received no support from my university.
Schools must encourage young people to question gender norms and behaviours, and ensure that sex education goes beyond biology
Technology could be used to wipe out malaria carrying mosquitos or other pests but UN experts say fears over possible military uses and unintended consequences strengthen case for a ban.
"It’s really not a mathematician kind of thing, but I’ll probably survive." - C. Hacon
Riko Muranaka awarded prize for efforts to explain jabs’s safety amid scare campaigns which have seen Japanese vaccination rate fall from over 70% to 1%.