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Canada boosts HE with C$20 million for 'state-of-the-art' kit

(THE) (THE)Universities in Canada will receive almost C$20 million (£10.9 million) for state-of-the-art tools and equipment to help them “attract and retain the best...

Ed Balls interview: 'When the dust settles, people see the truth'

(THE) (THE)So runs the opening to one of the points that the former chief aide to chancellor Gordon Brown and now part-time academic Ed...

Are blue skies back for Canada's scientists?

(THE) (THE)And the Liberal Party of Canada's pledges to redress the situation are considered to be one factor in its landslide victory, in which...

What are you reading? – 10 September 2015

Sir David Eastwood, vice-chancellor, University of Birmingham, is reading Memory Hold-the-door: The Autobiography of John Buchan (Hodder & Stoughton, 1940). “Fine men are too often...

Gladstone's Library: a retreat for readers and writers

(I blame John Logie Baird, Netflix and HBO, in pretty equal measure, for my own paltry tally that probably lies somewhere shy of 2,000.) In...

Campaign tales: on the doorstep with an academic candidate

As the Greens' parliamentary candidate in the rock-solid Tory seat of Faversham and Mid Kent, Tim Valentine has modest hopes for next week's general election.

Laughter of despair

So, David Willetts, the universities and science minister, extols the virtue of accepting overseas students, while Theresa May, the home secretary, creates visa regulations that,...