14 mai 2016

I built a musical fort for my PhD

The Guardian homeByLucy Harrison. Studying composition can be a solitary business, but my interactive soundscapes bring people together. More...

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It must be love: what makes university partnerships tick?

The Guardian homeByUwe Brandenburg. Research shows that collaborations between higher education institutions are less about fact and more about fancy. More...

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Switching it up: quitting big business to become an academic

The Guardian homeBy. What drives people to give up successful (and lucrative) careers to enter academia? We spoke to three career-changers to find out. More...

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Universities get creative to even out subject gender imbalance

The Guardian homeBy. Some universities are dropping the need for maths and physics A-level to get more women into engineering and science. More...

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Meet the next generation of women engineers

The Guardian homeBy. The UK has the lowest percentage of female engineers of all countries in Europe. What’s stopping women getting into the sector. More...

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While quantity of research is the name of the game, women are left on the sidelines

The Guardian homeBySarah Green. As long as men can score points for producing mountains of output, women will never get a fair shot at academic promotion. More...

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