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Peking University joins the top 20 of the Times Higher Education subject table for the first time
Wise and honourable assessors of grant applications must be allowed to use their discretion, says Sui Huang
We share what 50 Nobel prizewinners think about issues facing science, universities and the world, from populist politics and researcher mobility, to artificial intelligence and threats to humankind
New metric measures how reliable scientific claims turn out to be – but calculating it could be an enormous task.
Whatever the future may hold, hyperloops, Mars or otherwise, it is the culture of research that will support our world-class researchers to deliver at their best.
Aarhus University has signed up companies to fund fundamental research in what it calls a ‘patent-free playground’.
German institutions and the publishing giant have still failed to agree a new deal. Could this become permanent?
UK leads drive towards more open way of sharing science, says Jo Johnson
Major evaluation of country’s research landscape also found that internationalisation was a key area for improvement.
Forty-eight per cent of universities report drop in overseas undergraduate ‘yield’, following election of divisive president
Jo Johnson outlines UK ambition to be ‘go-to country’ for innovation and discovery, even after Brexit
Low salaries, excessive bureaucracy and poorly defined research policies add to region’s woes.
Stanford professor says $15 million lawsuit victory will not engender sympathy for publishing giant
His experiences on a panel reviewing Canadian grant allocation has convinced Jonathan Grant that the evidence base for current practice needs serious reinforcement.
Jeffrey Beall says he faced 'intense pressure' from the University of Colorado Denver and feared losing his job
Orpington MP keeps role in Theresa May's post-election reshuffle
Analysis of THE data and latest autonomy scores for Europe suggests ability to hire best staff drives research strength
Ahead of his address at Going Global 2017, Phil Baty looks at the relationship between the world’s best universities and their place in the world
Free movement and ECJ jurisdiction seen as potential stumbling blocks at Russell Group's meeting with MEPs
Glen Wright on the lighter side of scholarly collaboration