Abstracts: Industry-Approved Education. Is big business support for education just hype? Presidential candidates speak out on education reform
Abstracts: Industry tie no road to riches. Spin-off numbers inflated. Games offer research gold
Abstracts: Inflation chill for Russian academics. Pair bear up to British life. Ringmaster of the Moscow State circus
Abstracts: In God, not scientists, they trust. Trust me, I'm a physician's asst. Trust me, I'm a politician
Abstracts: In line for a licking from our mother tongue. UWE goes into partnership with business. Rebels push for vote on Oxford v-c
Abstracts: In memory of my late mum: my late essay. On your mark, get set... hesitate. ...believe that software that prevents plagiarism prevents learning
Abstracts: Innovate or atrophy. Don't hark back, it's time for a new golden age. Let's make it personal
Abstracts: 'I noticed that people soon stopped being nice to me as acting vice-chancellor when I declined requests for meetings, funding and pay rises'
Abstracts: In pursuit of a Baudrillard of ballet. The pixel problem. Bridge across the skills gap
Abstracts: Inquiry into 'deplorable dumbing down' move. Oxford tutor attacks Cambridge interview. Cambridge debacle may lead to inquiry
Abstracts: In sight and out of mind. I'm manic, do you mind? Frankenstein's legacy and the magic bullet
Abstracts: Installing the future: fiber optics program readies students for lucrative jobs. The importance of bonding
Abstracts: Integrating an international dimension. World aging: a demographic dimension. International migration: dangerous myths
Abstracts: Intellects forged at the family hearth. Rumpled and ready to rumble. Primate research 'hit list' sparks fear of attacks
Abstracts: Intellectual fibre, not nuggets. Why has Clarke thrown us to market forces? We'd like to be America
Abstracts: Intellectual fibre, not nuggets. Will rich ideas tackle a very poor show? Keep staff on board
Abstracts: Intelligent design creeps on to courses. Gloom lifts for science. Courses get down to brass tacks
Abstracts: Interactive Video. Electronic Teaching: Touch Screen Technology. New Developments in Electronic Teaching
Abstracts: Interactive Video Software. Interactive Video. Electronic Teaching: Interactive Video Lessons
Abstracts: Interactive Video Software. Interactive Video: Salt & Pepper Technology. Developing Software As a Class Project
Abstracts: 'Interesting thought is in science. That is where things are discovered.' (John Carey, Oxford University's Merton professor of English literature)(Interview)
Abstracts: International law and democracy: are they compatible? Global communitarianism: An alternative route. All beginnings are hopeful
Abstracts: In the den of antiquity. The voice of America? Outcasts in their own land
Abstracts: In the information wars, we are on the front line. How a handbag casts its shadow on places of light and learning
Abstracts: In the shadow of Saatchi. Can peace be set in stone? Absolution aesthetic in a shadow landscape
Abstracts: In the shadow of the volcano. Wizard guides out of our Middle-earth. When the Earth boils
Abstracts: 'In the States, most affirmative action helps the already advantaged - children of politicians and their friends, children of the rich, of alumni'
Abstracts: Into the darkness. Pirates and the middle passage. Hatred of the partially familiar
Abstracts: Invest in education and it will pay you back. 'The US admissions system would be considered corrupt in Britain, but it engineers social equality while educating the privileged in decency'
Abstracts: Investing in success puts elites in red. Rethink doubles 6* winners. Regional focus puts local people first
Abstracts: Investors want spin-off delay. Lifting of fees cap may lead to bankruptcy. V-cs urge more state support for cash-strapped part-timers
Abstracts: Invisible borders around the elite. IT cannot replace eye-to-eye. A HAL of a way to take the chip off Marvin's cold shoulder
Abstracts: Inviting a kindred spirit into a room of one's own. A man of letters and large brown envelopes
Abstracts: Inviting independent incentives. Charge for the bright brigade. Gold standard guarantees mediocrity
Abstracts: Inviting independent incentives. Down and out by degrees. Name calling
Abstracts: In-vitro drug testing puts spin into Spain: Spain has the expertise to thrive in the world of spin-offs but red tape chokes the way, Rebecca Warden reports
Abstracts: In Washington. The standard approach. Roots of reform
Abstracts: In with the new. The x and y generation. Imitators follow Imperial lead
Abstracts: IQ claim will fuel gender row. When access to data is a real bone of contention. Child sex researcher had ban on his record
Abstracts: Iraq fears for lost generation. Running up that hill: Can Clinton win? Fears mount of Clinton cost cuts
Abstracts: Iraq is no place for Japanese lessons. Seeds of the 'new Holocaust'? More support makes the road to PhD less rocky
Abstracts: Iraq war, chips and chocolate laxatives. Our cherished friend Liberty reveals herself as a naked lie. The colour of the truth
Abstracts: 'I reach for the stars but I'm no superwoman'. [pounds sterling]12m punt on spin-offs. 'Sagamore' who takes a punt on bright ideas
Abstracts: I refuse to jump through hoops. Be afraid, be very afraid... no, don't. Sever the ties that bind young minds
Abstracts: Irrational response. Darwin is alive and kicking. 'Who can communicate in a language that's the love-child of post-structuralism and the Institute for Learning and Teaching? Lots of people, apparently'
Abstracts: Is all the world still his stage? Between good and evil. A new stage in Greek tragedy
Abstracts: Is America shorting its students? Two students, two countries: two vastly different outcomes. Work force education reform
Abstracts: I say tomato, you say... child slayer. Why do good neighbours become sworn enemies? The lives and loves of the ubiquitous Gore Vidal
Abstracts: Is China a rogue state? China in perspective: communism after the revolution. Our enemy, the state?
Abstracts: Is China a rogue state? Pardon me, but is this Armageddon? Greater China: the ties that don't bind
Abstracts: Is foreign aid really a bad trip? How to listen without prejudice. Tee up a big shot to drive bookings
Abstracts: Is it right to refuse to teach a racist? Chance to try cap and gown on for size. Out of class and into the spotlight
Abstracts: Islamic teaching to be scrutinised. Mr Brown, please balance our cultural capital. Old-school values for news
Abstracts: Islam's other extremism: The role of Islamic Law. Voice of the Other America. History's other voice
Abstracts: Is mum's push more of a shove? Marks in class count less than class marks. Speaking their language
Abstracts: Is sociology lost or is it just misunderstood? Alarm at lecturer stand-ins. Birth of a beautiful lie
Abstracts: Is the party of protest any closer to power? This is where the buck stops. Like it or not, we are in it together
Abstracts: Is there a dissenter in the house. Parties go to battle on skills. Cutting through mire of eccentric political answers
Abstracts: Is there a future for freedom? A wealth in common. The future? It all depends
Abstracts: Is the tune-in a switch-off? Turkey with intellectual trimmings. Out of African America
Abstracts: Is this written in text or just bad spelling? ...think we need a national spelling survey among schoolchildren
Abstracts: Is trouble all that they can spell? Knock, knock. Who's there...? Don't rush in to tell it like it is
Abstracts: Is US tenure track fertile for change?. Sober spring break in Gulf. Guests invite controversy
Abstracts: Is your pension funding this? Early careers spent grinding teeth, not cutting them. Worrying case of can't write, won't write
Abstracts: Is your pension funding this? Openness will win debate on use of animals. Study in limbo, afraid of that knock on the door
Abstracts: Italy's dons 'are sadists'. Musicologists take note of melodies of diaspora. Power struggle in Italian academy
Abstracts: IT beats health to get the biggest slice of revised FP7 budget. Pristina thanks EU for its revival
Abstracts: It is not a crime to hold traditional values. A dark stain under a shining deed. ... think the role of art schools is less clear now than in the 1960s
Abstracts: 'It is not enough to read an essay and mark it; one must also guess if a student has purchased professional help'
Abstracts: 'It is possible to be successful economically without great universities, but you cannot have great universities without a commitment to free inquiry'
Abstracts: "It is stupid to borrow at 3 per cent." (student hardship) New life in the old guard; Britain lags behind America in recognising old people's skills
Abstracts: 'It is time to get out from under the government. For too long it has called the tune without any intention of paying the piper'
Abstracts: 'It is time to get out from under the government. For too long it has called the tune without any intention of paying the piper'. part 2
Abstracts: It may have less cachet but students can cash in. Extremist groups set to recruit freshers. Safety is still main worry
Abstracts: IT offers kickstart to Welsh economy. V-c row puts jobs in peril. MRC news 'has not knocked us off course'
Abstracts: It probably won't be you. Sum people.... A subject in the prime of life
Abstracts: It really was murder at the office today, darling. Was Janet really "raped" by a nerd? Building on a breakdown
Abstracts: It's a downward spiral of decline. When utopia beckons. When the enemy is at the gate
Abstracts: It's all about events dear boy. 'Hardline' AUT targets exams. US firm to set up UK for-profit institution
Abstracts: It's a moral imperative. Pockets full of miracles. If we could talk to the animals ...
Abstracts: Its and misses. No sex please, we are young, free and single. Points for debate
Abstracts: 'It's an example of the deep human need to feel at one with the universe, expressed in the mystic's communion with the divine--or Stars in their Eyes'
Abstracts: 'It's an example of the deep human need to feel at one with the universe, expressed in the mystic's communion with the divine--or Stars in their Eyes'. part 2
Abstracts: It's a question of them and US. It's Einstein a go-go for Disney toy range. US under pressure to dump Sudan holdings
Abstracts: It's as easy as a, b or c. Be brave, rip up your life's work. Still flogging the idea that you can give a good beating?
Abstracts: It's Brit Art, but not as we know it. Huygens buries the Beagle's bones. Groundforce explores bugs' life
Abstracts: It's goodbye He-Man, hello She-Man. The English and the others. Hello . . . and howdee; will British English win Japan from the American version?
Abstracts: It's hard to count on statisticians. The house is in bits. Foreign intrigue
Abstracts: It's Homer... but not as we know it. Don't just talk the talk. No sex please, we're peckish
Abstracts: It's last orders at Aberdeen. Kant get no satisfaction, try iTunes new No 1. How royal titbits kept the newshounds at bay
Abstracts: It's not just black and white any more. Welcome to cyber-campus: make friends and insult people. At the sharp end of the facts, not fiction
Abstracts: It's not the meek who will inherit. Could microchips replace our men and machine guns on the next front line? Magic way to true self
Abstracts: It's not too late to say sorry. How close were you to your dead child? Openness is our business
Abstracts: It's not what Les says that counts... Unmade in Sheffield. World-wise explorers
Abstracts: 'It's no whitewash but it shows why we work here'. Half of UK chemistry may shut after RAE. Jobs cull is gathering pace
Abstracts: It's now no longer critical and nor is it thinking. The thought police are among us. An intellectual vacuum
Abstracts: It's only at the Bodleian that I am a cripple: Universities must go beyond equality schemes and change a culture that 'disables' people
Abstracts: It's students who will do the selecting now, heads are warned. Pauper with a point to prove
Abstracts: 'It's surprising that, with all it's got going for it, the past comes in for such a battering. Take critics - they have laid waste the literary traditions'
Abstracts: It's the narrative, stupid. Students speak Franklin. Love among book stacks
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