20 octobre 2015

First Syrian refugee welcomed to Mexico on scholarship scheme

By Matthew Reisz. A programme to enable 30 Syrian refugees to continue their university studies in Mexico has welcomed its first student. More...

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Bath to train new South African university leaders

By David Matthews. Two cohorts of managers, drawn from universities across the country, will study for doctorates in higher education management. More...

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2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine announced

By David Matthews. Scientists from Japan, China and Ireland awarded for their work tackling parasitic diseases. More...

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MIT and Imperial launch seed fund to support ‘risky’ research

By David Matthews. Imperial College London and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are to invest hundreds of thousands of pounds in supporting “risky” research that might otherwise not be funded. More...

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Brian Schmidt: universities must back young researchers to win Nobel prizes

By Ellie Bothwell. Nobel laureate tells THE World Academic Summit that institutions provide funding and job security too late. More...

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US universities invest $185 million in study abroad

By Ellie Bothwell. Institutions signed up to IIE’s Generation Study Abroad initiative have pledged to create scholarships for under-represented students, says report. More...

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UK universities are top destinations for mobile Nobel laureates

By Ellie Bothwell. The University of Cambridge is the top UK institution for hosting both international and British students who go on to win Nobel prizes, finds British Council. More...

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Neutrino experts share Nobel Prize in Physics

By Jack Grove. Japanese and Canadian professors awarded prize for their work on ‘nature’s most elusive elementary particles’. More...

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Jo Johnson: TEF will include metrics on widening participation

By John Morgan. The teaching excellence framework will include metrics on widening participation and also help to drive “rapid market share shifts between universities”, according to Jo Johnson. More...

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Crick scientist Tomas Lindahl wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

By Jack Grove. Emeritus Cancer Research UK lab director shares chemistry prize with two US-based researchers for work on DNA. More...

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