Abstracts: 0.85 seeks 0.7 for 2.4. In praise of unknown metre maids. Scholars enjoy a sporting chance
Abstracts: 100 more years to find our God. Finding new ways to measure success. Girls take over the academy
Abstracts: 10% off if you take this BSc. Post-exam application will generate 'panic'. It's time to consider the great unmentionable
Abstracts: 130m pounds sterling needed to bridge pay divide: institutions are doing little to give female lecturers pay parity with men
Abstracts: 15 minutes to open the minds of kids, cooks and colleagues. Report highlights sweet side of student invasion. Breaking a conspracy of silence
Abstracts: 1998 who made a splash? Following the flight of the wild geese. London's burning issue; the future of Britain's biggest university is wide open
Abstracts: 1 in 6 admits to cheating. Absence of elite distorts picture. Student threat to boycott survey
Abstracts: 20,000 leaks under the sea? Duty and the beasts. 'We have such a fear we are just a tiny twig on this arborescent bush of life.' (palaeontologist Stephen Jay Gould's views on Darwin's philosophy)
Abstracts: 20% pay rise plan fails to pacify unions. 'I think they've gone to the pub'. Shake-up is price of 7.7% pay offer
Abstracts: 20% pay rise plan fails to pacify unions. Union to fight pay 'betrayal'. TUC polices pay scrum
Abstracts: $25 million way to go. Cracks in the foundations. Getting a grant: have you got the 'write' stuff?
Abstracts: '2.5 rodents is a fair price to pay for medical progress'. 'Two years ago, the British Mammals Society reported that more than 200 million animals were killed each year by domestic cats (most of them pets)'
Abstracts: 25% wage hike for v-cs. Under-strain USS moots higher retirement age. Staff must 'identify' extremism
Abstracts: $36K for one little word: yes. Are you a 7ft left-hander called Zolp? It could be your ticket to college. A high-risk gamble on highbrow consumers
Abstracts: 39, and getting used to raised eyebrows. Select your cane, it's time for a good thrashing. Lecturers encouraged to gain PhDs in Bournemouth's 'pedigree' drive
Abstracts: 3 in 4 women feel unsafe on campus. Students feel unsafe at night. Safety is still main worry
Abstracts: 4 billion years in the making, so give it some respect. Why I think respect is more important than tolerance. Respect my authority
Abstracts: 50% plan will cost extra UKPd3bn. Rammell ups cash support for part-timers. Australian research boost 'A$600m short'
Abstracts: 50 years to write the book of life - now we can start to read the text. Spot the species difference
Abstracts: 5.4% pay rise masks gloom. Market pushes pay gap wider. 'Deplorable' pay inequity persists
Abstracts: 5.8 billion pounds sterling. An exclusive kind of fellow. Power station dressing
Abstracts: 6 billion ... and counting. Colleges fear benefit rule impact. How to be a big draw, not a big bore
Abstracts: 72% oppose top-up fees, poll reveals. Boom time for high-flyers. New stressbusting rules target academic angst
Abstracts: 80% admit to cheating. Study: BAs and babies don't mix. Trade in fake papers soars
Abstracts: 9,000 places 'lost in post'. Personal misions and public achievements. Older students beat top-ups
Abstracts: 9.2% of professors are women. How to make the old dinosaurs sing and dance to the tune of the new-girl network: gender barriers are denying many women promotion in a academia
Abstracts: 9.30 history seminar 11.00 pitch for Smith account. Britain fails its screen test. Cerebral escape for sex workers
Abstracts: 98.4% human. Sleep easy with your baby right beside you. A small step from monkey to the giant that is mankind
Abstracts: A 2 + 2 curriculum where everyone wins. How to build a tech prep project. Recruiting nursing students with tech prep
Abstracts: A $4.5bn hole in the hedge. Yes, boors with BO can make it. Loudmouthed Milton man
Abstracts: Abandoning the ivory towers to join front line of a social work revolution. Ageing issues are not age old
Abstracts: A barometer built from broken pieces. The political master eclipsed by his shadow. A big fish, small pond scenario
Abstracts: A battle of Wills. Exiled by foes, silenced by friends. More craic, less Spivak
Abstracts: A beast about to be tamed. Navigating the networks; librarians must act as gatekeepers and tutors. Stay up to date the e(asy) way
Abstracts: Aberfan aftermath, Sir Ron replies: 'I believe my advice was disinterested and just'. Why I do not believe that Scotty will be beaming us up any time soon
Abstracts: Ability to link teaching and research should decide jobs, academy says. High-flyers get lost in space
Abstracts: Ability to link teaching and research should decide jobs, academy says. part 2 Post-92s slam 'very biased' RAE successor
Abstracts: A bit of trench warfare. Do not proceed without a smile. From Hi-de-Hi to the Hindu Kush
Abstracts: A blacked-up white boy with a noose serves as a reminder of who the 'full citizens' are. UK graduations leap into the top ranks
Abstracts: Abrasive player who hit sour notes. Labour can't find the right formula. Elite logs out of e-university
Abstracts: A brave new world. Science by press release. Why talk of risk is full of hazards
Abstracts: (A)broad teacher education. A teacher's guide to Columbus's journey. What will vocational education be if the futurists are right?
Abstracts: A brush with the ink eradicators. Puttnam whizz-kid warning. An ancient ritual due for sacrifice
Abstracts: A brutal invite to harsh reality of globalisation. Lessons in the never-never. We have a dream but we won't be paying for it
Abstracts: Absolutely confabulous. Colonial rule and school. Who's been a bard dog, then...?
Abstracts: Absolution aesthetic in a shadow landscape. Words lost in a new landscape. Western figures wander into oriental landscape
Abstracts: A burning passion that's close to worship. Tie up your trouser legs, it's an American cockroach. Students help quash robbery conviction
Abstracts: Abuse, lies, and videotape. Londoners develop own space craft. Trials with too much error
Abstracts: Academe risks losing talent. Poll finds 81% pan switch to metrics. Metrics hit stone wall
Abstracts: Academic claims Seoul credit for others' work. 'Everyone is a loser in a misconduct case'. Academic who spoke out now faces sack
Abstracts: Academics call for cuts in 'quality.' (Australian academics debate education) Bristol opens talks on Adelaide venture
Abstracts: Academics won't be asked to act as 'police snoops'. Sector is slow to embrace diversity. Cambridge slated for being too soft on staff
Abstracts: Academy lacks credibility with HE chiefs, review shows. Illegal downloading among threats to textbook sales. Study reports instances of 'inadequate' support for staff and students after suicides
Abstracts: Academy 'misled' minister. 'If you want to get into LSE, pay me UKPd7,000'. Bid to beef up staff rights
Abstracts: A-carrying on considerable. Final frontiers. Fading powers and rising stars
Abstracts: A case of quality control. South Africa learns from De Montfort. A poor way forward for SA
Abstracts: A cat among the pidgins. Psst ... need a new campus, mate? Refounding father: Pakistan, described as the third most corrupt country in the world, needs a saviour. Can Imran Khan and a Gandhiesque film of the country's founder, produced by a Cambridge academic, do the trick?
Abstracts: Accentuate the team. Wisdom and curiosity? I remember them well. Path to the right result
Abstracts: Access all areas. Free space for free minds. Native tradition and modern ambition
Abstracts: Access body wil levy fines. 'Modest but genuine tuition fees make most sense for middle-range institutions. They could get a long way on UKPd10,000 a student'
Abstracts: Access drive has failed to bridge class divide. Top institutions accept students with D grades. Law schools in dock over race
Abstracts: Access: from feelgood outsider to core priority. Made to measure. We now have to build on our strong foundations
Abstracts: Access initiatives reach an impasse. Britons spurning postgrad research. UK terror tourists hit Europe's animal labs
Abstracts: Access to Commonwealth Riches. A forgotten embarrassment of riches. English takes India from Raj to riches
Abstracts: Access tsar to penalise elitists. An open door is not enough. Rules on recruiting students relaxed
Abstracts: Accountancy called to book in quest for value. Curbs needed on rule of fear. Fair dinkum fee paying
Abstracts: Accusation of nuclear arms link hits Israel. Gaza's eye on future. (Al-Azhar University). Students put peace politics first
Abstracts: A cerebral solution for star-crossed stargazers. It was never perfect, but it was my dream job. Cuban tutors struggle with pay
Abstracts: A chance to build on good work. Collaboration is the future. A flowering that requires healthy roots
Abstracts: A chance to flesh out bones of body politics. Unsung heroes who help science's wild ideas take flight. Lone wolves need not apply
Abstracts: A chapter for the book of life. Letters from Sam: insight into drama of the 'nerves.' (playwright Samuel Beckett)
Abstracts: Achilles heel. Capital ideas. Oxford's blues
Abstracts: A clean break with oil or just a smokescreen? On the trail of the killer that doctors forgot. Death sentence for disease?
Abstracts: A clear riposte to her critics and enemies. He spoke the truth to power. Critical thinking on the path to peace
Abstracts: A club is only as good as the members it attracts. but we do need clinical academics. Pockets of good practice
Abstracts: A club no one wants to join. I reckon my one is better than yours. How not to get sued
Abstracts: A collision course with censorship. We must study the real world, not our world view. One ring, one million contexts
Abstracts: A comparative view of education: effective school reforms. School choice: What is the evidence? School cheating: Buying term papers
Abstracts: A contrary ventriloquist. How will welfare work? New ending from the history man
Abstracts: A corporate enemy within. Trade in your skills. Herd cats in Piccadilly
Abstracts: A cosmic answer to a genetic dilemma. Elemental urge to show chemicals' attractions. When in doubt, go to bed
Abstracts: Across the great divide. Wake up and smell the (fair trade) coffee, Mr President. Turning a drop into a ripple
Abstracts: Activists decry AUT's proposal to stand down equality body for a year. Forensic body to dissect provision
Abstracts: Act now for more open universities. Not as clear cut as the hatchet wielders think. Class apartheid
Abstracts: Act now! It's access all areas. Freedom for many is tyranny for the few. ...think universities should prepare for the greater rights of disabled students
Abstracts: Act now, these are borderless times. War deals blow to Blair target. UK urged to focus on China
Abstracts: Adapted for the big screen. The write stuff and how to get it. How to get that 'orgasmic rush'
Abstracts: A day of total luna-see. Master of the multiverse. Light of our lives
Abstracts: Add a little bit of foreign flavour. Will we rob Peter to pay Pavel? Atlantic alliance appoints a chief
Abstracts: A dedicated arbiter of credit. Innovation motivation. Bright sparks cross the divide
Abstracts: A degree of self-fulfilment. Plunged into poverty then pulled back out. Some ways to keep the melting pot full of talent
Abstracts: A dissident voice that was quieted by self-interest. Bags of Plato but no nookie. A little bit of thinking, a whole lot of drinking
Abstracts: A double first for brains and brawn. Rebel thinkers in Havana. Make work part of study
Abstracts: Ad splurge kicks off war to lure top staff. Elite stump up millions in hunt for research stars. RAE fuels trend for research only time
Abstracts: A dubious dominion of the dons. All for one, but none for all. Numbers are irresistible
Abstracts: 'Adults who have a mathematics A level earn almost 10 per cent more on average than people who are like them in every other way'
Abstracts: Adventures with grandparents: technology-based activities and projects in honor of grandparent's day. Electronic social studies
Abstracts: A fair, accessible system that pays its own way. Paying for the best. Tuition: to pay or not?
Abstracts: A fair dinkum chance is all they're asking for. Get Africa's educational heart to beat once more. Decline in IT forces teaching job cuts
Abstracts: A faith that crucifies women. Faith in an age of isms. Tale of a duo's faith in the Ivy League
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