Abstracts: A far cry from Florida. Planet's red but so is the ink. Sick countess rounds on 'impartial' advisers
Abstracts: A fat lot of good. A type who's not for casting. In and out of this world
Abstracts: A few points for your attention, Mr Mayor. The high-flying undergraduates. Britain fails its screen test
Abstracts: Affording prescription drugs: the value of medical research. Pearl Harbor and 9/11: intelligence failures
Abstracts: Affording prescription drugs: the value of medical research. part 2 What use is literature?
Abstracts: A firm offer that's a stone's throw away. The key: 2001 research assessment exercise. A high five for British research
Abstracts: A first glass honour. It's bottoms up and heads down. I'd prefer a Barratt to a garret
Abstracts: A foot in both camps. Bringing in art students through the front door. They're mad, bad and dangerous to know
Abstracts: A foreign country with hostile border controls. Retention please... Hope for the homeless
Abstracts: After the Soviet empire: civil society in democratizing states. Civil is not good enough
Abstracts: A fugitive from the pigeonhole. All bingo, Barbie and Barthes? Magic markers
Abstracts: A fundamental fallacy: characterising relations between the Middle East and the West as a clash of civilisations plays into the hands of fundamentalists, argues Thomas Meyer
Abstracts: Against the tide of technology. Genetic screening. Prospecting for genes; pitfalls of patenting genetic material
Abstracts: ...a gambling man, discount the youth vote. Politics is just a bit on the side. The real X-factor
Abstracts: Agencies fear clearing chaos. Leitch: tie learning to work. MPs strive for a united front
Abstracts: Agenda for a better world. What he can teach us about the brain. Mamma Mia! How could you resist this rendezvous?
Abstracts: A generation clocks on. Agricultural colleges hit by farming blight. A job's just part of the course
Abstracts: Age-old problem bedevils some fields more than others. 'I feel lucky. I do not want to waste my opportunity'. Rise in applications for 'soft' subjects panned as traditional courses lose out
Abstracts: A global calamity the world forgot. Take me to your leading scholars. A grandparent's habits die hard
Abstracts: A good jolt to system. The great betrayal or the great hoax? Rest assured - we will defend the core values
Abstracts: A good man in Africa. Doctoring the degree. Gypsy professors roam US campuses
Abstracts: A good trade. Technical support. At your service
Abstracts: A gossip-free space to think. Dahling your lecture was sooper! Stop jitters when public speaking
Abstracts: A great but flawed president. US right rues civic apathy. After the dream, nightmare
Abstracts: Agree ethics code or face state control. Chemists learn careless talk could cost lives. 'We academics often accept the law unquestioningly... but when it has a serious impact on research we need to be better informed and prepared'
Abstracts: Agree ethics code or face state control. Softly, softly on ethics tightrope. Integrity matters
Abstracts: A hairy tale of how plum jobs can go sour. A modern Socratic gadfly? Talented, articulate, bullied and fobbed off
Abstracts: A haunting work inspired by the spirit of Chopin and other ghosts. HE bill won't affect Scots' drive
Abstracts: A health 'hack' who wants to put something back. Keeping youths on the streets. He who cares wins
Abstracts: A healthy society needs maggots in the cheese. They turned on, tuned in but did not drop out. ...think universities need to respond more to changes in society
Abstracts: Aim higher and make money go further. Universities go for a spin. Gender deficit and tradition
Abstracts: Aim higher and make money go further. Widening the poverty trap door. The commission's loss could be the UK's gain
Abstracts: A land cursed by despots and warlords. The democracy conundrum. Thriving right under Saddam's nose
Abstracts: Alarm at bid to revive boycott. Ill-equipped staff forced to fill in for absent colleagues. UCU: We failed our members
Abstracts: Alarm at rating website. Johnson promises sector a freer rein. University grandee reaches for his lawyer
Abstracts: Alarm at rating website. Psychology A level joins the sciences. Insufficient help leaves weak tutors floundering
Abstracts: Alarm bells over futuure of Iraqi treasures. Journal warned about P&G data. Academic aid sought over terror hysteria
Abstracts: Alaska Youth: Ready for Work. Giving students the business. Window to the world: are you and your students ready to explore the Internet?
Abstracts: Algerian strikers stay out. Sasakawa slips between the lines. US backs apartheid protestors
Abstracts: A liberal dose of happy endings. Bunk in the bank. Killing them softly
Abstracts: A liberal solution. Between three worlds. Return of the natives
Abstracts: Alienated voters: are the media to blame? Keeping the press objective: reflections of an ombudsman. Statesmanship and its betrayal
Abstracts: A life-enhancing tool or a brain-bashing device? Break up brings surreal sadness. Cunning humans, selfless machines: using neural networks to mimic the way the brain works brings us no closer to understanding consciousness
Abstracts: A little extra ordinary. Food for the mind. A little fine-tuning will put food on all our tables
Abstracts: A little French polish. Alert on suicide signs. London Met triumphs in test case over strike pay
Abstracts: A little tailoring can sew up chance of success. Reach out and cuddle up to another discipline. The best Will in the world
Abstracts: Allan Bloom opens Mrs Thatcher's mind. Complacent us? The devil in disguise
Abstracts: Alleluia, God goes global. Does your VLE virtually undress its users ?. God's just too small
Abstracts: All eyes on the space race. Making a devil out of the divine. String section leader
Abstracts: All hands to the rescue. Triple helix holds the key to win, win situation. Virt-u dies with nothing to show but cheap porn
Abstracts: All human life under one roof. Looking for Papa in Cuba. The culling of the 'dinosaurs'
Abstracts: All our worldly good.... Truth, unlike a meal, can be hard to swallow. Champions of conscience
Abstracts: Allow the most able to shine. Katrina-hit campuses try to return to normal. Pension schemes brought into line
Abstracts: All research to go online. Peers to oversee new RAE system. Secrecy only serves to fuel our suspicion
Abstracts: All sewn up: Oxford bags-of-money. New calls for new balls. The men who were born to run
Abstracts: 'All the central questions of humanity are beyond science.' (science not superior to art)(Column) Finding humanity in unity
Abstracts: All things Bright may not be quite so beautiful. Onward Darwin's soldiers. Where 'hello baby' doesn't mean 'bye bye tenure'
Abstracts: All Turkish rectors face sack. Iraqi Kurds turn Saddam's prisons into classrooms. Row over rectors rattles authority
Abstracts: Alonso Mendoza. What would you sponsor: the footie or Formula 1? Innovators get matchmaker
Abstracts: Alternative approaches to the politics of detracking. Detracking in the social studies: A path to a more democratic education?
Abstracts: 'Although the white paper makes you wonder why the English were ever noted for their literary ability, it bears a passing resemblance to Shakespeare'
Abstracts: 'Although the white paper makes you wonder why the English were ever noted for their literary ability, it bears a passing resemblance to Shakespeare'. part 2
Abstracts: Alumni call for visitor to allay finance fears. Cast-out staff have to mingle with students. Watchdog eyes scientific fraud
Abstracts: Alumni call for visitor to allay finance fears. Prizes lost in 'golden triangle'. Rivalry and rebuff in race for UKPd2m
Abstracts: Always to care, never to kill: a declaration on euthanasia. Euthanasia in the 1990s: dying a "good" death. The euthanasia debate: a problem with self-determination
Abstracts: A man and his missions. Stalled on the way to the market; slow progress towards European unity of courses and qualifications
Abstracts: A man with the world at his web feat. The fringe dwellers. Survival of the sexiest
Abstracts: A marriage heading for failure; the Republicans' embrace of traditional morality. Towards a grand universal morality
Abstracts: A-mazing rat-robot man aims to mimic humans. Taking things at face value. From dead tired to dead
Abstracts: ...am better off outside academe. Sacre bleu. University is the Grinch that stole Christmas
Abstracts: Ambiguous copyright law catches out scholars. Ethics row hits research body. It's a free-for-all in the search for citations
Abstracts: A measure of scalpel skills. How chemical manipulation can undo the Pavlovian responses that dog human nature
Abstracts: America and Europe: a new partnership. What to Americans want? The public's view. Global food sources: Biotech in agriculture
Abstracts: America and Europe: a temporary division. Lessons of the war. The West divided: America versus Europe
Abstracts: America at the end of the century: problems on the horizon. The man who saved the day - sort of.... Historical memory: setting history straight
Abstracts: American dominance in the world: good or bad? American Buddhists: who are they? Brilliance and bulk in Latin American studies
Abstracts: American economic stability: is it a fluke? Falling prices: good values in the American economy. The American Dream: economic myths and realities
Abstracts: American gripes about grades. When red marks show that the lecturer is at fault. How to make students mark
Abstracts: American identity: the erosion of American national interests. Challenges facing democracy: what cost freedom?
Abstracts: American leadership and world security: new opportunities. Morality and world affairs: avoiding Utopianism. The new world order: a plea for realism
Abstracts: 'American parents think, rightly, that an education in how to think analytically is better value than narrow vocational courses'
Abstracts: Americans versus their government: is government too political? For the love of country
Abstracts: America's cities: A period of revival. Our changing culture: Abandoning the sixties. Expanding local support groups: the need for voluntary services
Abstracts: America's commercial interest: business and foreign policy. Protestantism and foreign policy: religion in world affairs
Abstracts: America slow to take international outlook. Camps help fill campus coffers. US elite compete to raise billions
Abstracts: America today: malaise and resiliency. Setting the standard: George Washington's leadership. The politics of race: the meaning of equality
Abstracts: A message with bottle. Sport takes a giant step back; governments may be using Olympic Games for social engineering
Abstracts: A microchip off the old block. Skill breaks disabled block. Wellcome waits on starting block: a national cell bank could allow the UK to take the lead in stem-cell research
Abstracts: A moderniser who couldn't modernise. Prey for blessed Arnold. The real David Marquand stands up
Abstracts: A Motley mirror image. Feminism isn't ready to be swept under the carpet. Take a look at the evidence
Abstracts: A movie murder mystery. And the band played on. Murder, she 'wrote'
Abstracts: An aging world: A new focus of foreign aid. The future of education: Four scenarios. Traditional versus progressive education: using both traditions
Abstracts: Analyzing crime: An economist's view. Pray tell: What Americans don't know about religion and why they need to learn it
Abstracts: A nanny no, a Medusa ... maybe. From the cradle to grave mistake. It's a no-knowledge economy: in its pursuit of UK plc, the government is undermining intellectual endeavour
Abstracts: An Astaire and Kelly model of argument. Living better: get wed. Writing, part Deux
Abstracts: A national epic on two wheels. Is insurrection the road to resurrection? ...think Bernard-Henry Levi is a pretender
Abstracts: An audience with the stones. Spot the endangered species. On the trail of hunters who took to the land
Abstracts: And a time to heal... Compassion reigns in a nation struck by horror. 'Generations' inspired by a roots revival
Abstracts: And a time to heal... Economics of disaster. ...see no place for science in the abortion debate
Abstracts: ... and drawbacks. Starter for 10 that could finish off your chances. Deadlock as bosses issue talks ultimatum
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