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Leadership is ‘sorely lacking’ in key areas such as robotics and climate change, parliament’s spending monitor warns.
The number of EU students applying to UK undergraduate courses with an October deadline has risen in 2017.
The review of artificial intelligence argues a new AI council should be created but it wouldn't be in charge of regulating systems
British researchers funded under Horizon 2020 will lose their grants if the UK stops allowing freedom of movement at any point during the length of their projects.
Conference speech raises questions about future of £9,250 fees system and shows impact of Labour policy.
The Society has published new evidence on international mobility and collaboration, to deepen our understanding of how, where and why researchers move to and from the UK.
UK researchers to build key parts of proposed Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment
An initial roster consisting only of men did not go over well at all.
Britain must seek to protect research funding for its universities when it leaves the European Union or risk losing its leading role in innovation.
Paper outlining the UK’s objectives for an ambitious science and innovation agreement with the EU.
The UK government has called on the European Union to hold a “full and open discussion” on the terms of Britain's participation in EU research after Brexit.
Why has the UK government returned to an industrial strategy abandoned in the 1980s?
Bo Rothstein quits Blavatnik School of Government post after learning that patron is a major financial backer of US president.
Academics and activists decry publisher’s decision to comply with a Chinese request to block more than 300 articles from leading China studies journal.
The UK government’s proposals on science in the Brexit negotiations will be set out in a paper to be released by the end of September.
A Nobel Prize winning physicist considers taking his research elsewhere, while applications from foreign researchers have plummeted.
Jo Johnson outlines UK ambition to be ‘go-to country’ for innovation and discovery, even after Brexit
Don’t mention the B word: the first major reform of R&D funding since 1965 aims to make the UK the “go-to place” for science.
A group of junior researchers at Cambridge have established a campaign against the damaging pressure to produce 'sexier' results
Britain’s relationship with the European Union has been a fruitful one when it comes to higher education. By operating within a larger European network, UK universities have become increasingly competitive in world terms.