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George Osborne, the chancellor, has announced the allocation of £21.5 million for projects to unlock practical applications for the “miracle material” graphene.
The Home Office has released more details of the controversial extra 100,000 interviews to be introduced for international students planning to study in the UK, which will cover applicants' educational history and chosen institution.
Universities are increasingly paying for student field trips after this year's hike in student fees, a new report suggests.
Chinese students who study in Britain return to their home country more open-minded and tolerant, according to a new study.
The government has announced changes to copyright that it hopes will bring existing exceptions for education, research and archiving up to date.
Universities that failed to fill undergraduate places this year will not generally be hit with cuts to their student number allocation next year, unless their shortfalls were "extreme", England's funding council has announced.
Traditional values for OU-led Mooc platform that aims to rival US providers. Chris Parr reports
Theresa May, the home secretary, has been accused by a vice-chancellor of acting "like a Dalek" and of "casting a dark cloud over British higher education" in her refusal to change course on student visas.
More than 150 posts to go as London Met is forced to tighten its belt. David Matthews reports
David Willetts points to the price paid by Ivy League for donor cash. David Matthews writes
Sandy Hook shootings likely to fuel debate over carrying weapons on campus. Jon Marcus reports
Eschatology knocks and hysteria grows as true believers see fate in the diary. Chris Parr reports
History publications press funders to rethink 'gold' licence and 'green' embargo. Paul Jump writes
Jack Grove reports from the SRHE annual conference on efforts to clarify an 'unclearly defined' role
Part-time teachers are not getting the support they require from university departments, despite their growing importance within the academy.
Male-dominated headhunting firms paid to identify potential university leaders are hampering efforts to recruit more female vice-chancellors.
'Mixed economy' for initiatives makes a difference but national ambit is missing. Jack Grove reports
Eleven journal papers have been retracted after it was discovered that they were accepted on the basis of fake reviews.
Behind closed doors, elite institutions were highly critical of White Paper reforms, finds John Morgan
MPs told that universities can't always take their IP straight to the bank. Elizabeth Gibney reports