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Imperial College London is consulting on plans to move or close its Translation Studies Unit.
Temporary Lithuanian home for Belarusians offers unaccustomed freedom. Matthew Reisz reports
Amelia Fletcher, indie musician and the OFT's former chief economist, takes chair at 'creative' UEA
MIT astrophysicist predicts bonfire of the inanities within US sector. Chris Parr reports
A project to assess the impact on public universities of cutbacks in government support, emerging technological changes and competition from private and foreign providers has been launched in the US.
Matthew Reisz on University of Ulster's starring role in Londonderry's winning bid for 2013 honours
Tom Eckersley (1914-97) was one of Britain's foremost graphic designers of the 20th century.
University students owe an average of £1,409 of debt outside their state loans for tuition fees and living costs, a new study has found.
Around 70 protesters gathered outside the University of London's Senate House today to campaign for better rights for outsourced university staff.
Leaders of the Russell Group of research intensive universities have added their voices to the clamour calling for the European Union’s research and innovation funding to be protected.
The University of Huddersfield has unveiled pioneering plans to raise funds for scholarships by lending money to small businesses.
By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed
Academics from the University of Leicester have confirmed a skeleton found beneath a car park in the city is that of the English king, Richard III.
More than 300,000 people have signed up to the University of Edinburgh's free massive open online courses (Moocs) since they were first announced in July 2012, it has been revealed.
A Tory MP renowned for pro-homeopathy views has been has been provisionally appointed as a member of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee.
Hefce uneasy over University of Law deal and process for private applicants. John Morgan reports