Abstracts: NHS deal set to ban fees for nursing. RAE link to funding may thin PhD ranks. 'Opaque' course costs set alarm bells ringing
Abstracts: Nice people, when you get to know them. From hashish to ashes? Risen from the ashes
Abstracts: Nigerian strikers' salaries stopped. Campuses closed for World Cup. Under the yoke of the generals
Abstracts: 'Nightmare' EU fees recovery task ahead, Johnson warns. East meets West but Right steers clear of Left. Still finding small wonders right under his nose
Abstracts: 'Nightmare' EU fees recovery task ahead, Johnson warns. N8 rivals gaining on Golden Triangle. Biocentre unites all in seeking key to life
Abstracts: Night of the Ig wannabees. ...believe we must encourage debate between scientists and the public. ...believe that all UK research output should be online
Abstracts: No A levels? No problem... Mr Randall points out the 'fallible.'. Lobbying secures rethink on university ombudsman
Abstracts: No assist from hotshots. No call to cut places. Top-up fees verdict? 'The only way forward.'
Abstracts: No cash, but we're not going to give up. Industry fails to stump up. Sex and the Hildabeast
Abstracts: No cash, but we're not going to give up. NHS to get injection of genetics knowledge. Mister Motivated
Abstracts: No cash to expand. A rush for upward mobility. Silver linings for hardy survivors
Abstracts: No codding for Chance Cove. Go public or perish. Society, self and study
Abstracts: No cost to set us free. Just the best of a bad bunch? Big government, enormous turnoff
Abstracts: No discharge from that war. Merits and perils of teaching culture. Where's Iraq?: the need to study geography
Abstracts: 'No-effort' courses under fire. QAA queries Luton quality. Worthy project or just a game?
Abstracts: No escaping the F-word. New science generation needs the spark of life. It's about time, but it's about feedback as well
Abstracts: No flies on Sussex robotic scientists. Small molecules, big breakthrough. Cane may hold sweet fix for rice
Abstracts: No grey areas in a green's world. 'I have things to give this country, but I am not allowed to'. 'Education was a rumour - you think you'll never get in'
Abstracts: No lawyers necessary. Take a lesson from a leading 'brand'. Seduction kit: take [pounds sterling]1K and a list of local bars
Abstracts: No longer up to their arses in alligators... Take stock and face the future. Lucrative fields pull in experts
Abstracts: No place at the table; the growing isolation of the humanities. Right place, right time; genetic researchers locate key to co-ordinated cellular development
Abstracts: No place for a child. The nitty gritty of student choice. Down the drain
Abstracts: No place of terrorism. A place at the table of despair. From a rock to a soft place in QuickTime
Abstracts: No problem over property at the centre of vision. Media exerts magic. The team players with a perfect game plan for complete control
Abstracts: No rest for the smitten. Big life changes and mini milestones. Does a radical past leave its Marx?
Abstracts: No ring of confidence. Extremists are winning war of words. Reveal all to keep faith with the public
Abstracts: No room in the house that apartheid built. A legal mind on the job. Attack on apartheid in learning
Abstracts: Northern learning lights. Trapper comes out of the cold to teach. Virtual politics, as seen on TV: Did Clinton's health care reforms perish in the glare of the TV lights?
Abstracts: North flaunts strengths. Hefce takes aim at RAE gameplaying. Big 15 to tackle RAE gamesters
Abstracts: No scrimping, no RAE, no cynical old men... Poll elicits fear of bioscience slump. UK can't afford to rest on its laureates
Abstracts: No Sexist History in this Class: Social Studies Awakens to the Study of Herstory. Computer Anxiety: A Sexist Issue?
Abstracts: No sex please, we're stressed. Exam boycott will hit public services. 'My 30 years of big fat no's'
Abstracts: No stranger to fall-out. Is it time to get fired up about atomic energy? Explanation needed for 'dash for gas.' (Energy policy review in the UK)
Abstracts: Notes on a divided island. Bridge over troubled water. Strains on a divided island
Abstracts: Not even war excuses this dark and bloody affair. Gulf war II: like father, like son. A space cowboy goes it alone
Abstracts: Not getting angry is really all the rage these days. A lot to be said for a stiff upper lip. Be rigorous at the start and the marriage will survive
Abstracts: Not greedy, merely needy: tertiary education is key to future economic success so where's the funding? asks Bryan Gould
Abstracts: Not much ebony in the oldest of our ivory towers. Much ado about the man from Stratford. A house is so much more than a home
Abstracts: Not much ebony in the oldest of our ivory towers. The race to sew up catwalk success. Testing time guaranteed for all in race for best and brightest
Abstracts: Not one of them. Alf, the cinder fella. Debate over a biograph of the life of King Alfred, includes related articles giving conflicting views on the authenticity of the book
Abstracts: Nottingham takes pay leap. Poll predicts close pay vote. Unions on course to accept low offer
Abstracts: No university can shirk from confronting Aids. Let's follow our conscience. A place in the global village
Abstracts: Nouveaux hommes commit old sins. Victory over bad blood. Roar of pain from the leaopard reborn
Abstracts: Now driven to destruction, our green and pleasant land. Family sets the menu. Changing sets in the theatre of despair
Abstracts: Now games fans can console themselves. Redbricks get thumbs down. Hefce: give us power over cull
Abstracts: Now you see it, now you don't. Catering without sauce. To fit out or fit in
Abstracts: Number's up for the quiet revolution. Battle for the standard. 'AIDS capital' wins first round in battle against HIV
Abstracts: Nurseries for leaders of integrity. Watch out for scavengers. In praise of the write stuff
Abstracts: Nursery or bursary? 'Novel ideas remain largely the preserve of unorthodox individuals... people working outside the consensus and outside big organisations'
Abstracts: Nursing provision heads for critical list. Good practice makes perfect. Practice makes perfect?
Abstracts: Nurturing neglected minds. Where you can hit the beach running. Andrew Hurrell
Abstracts: Nurturing the creative. Wales adds up price of freedom. In the EU, it's who you know that counts
Abstracts: NUS bid to halt reform. Lib Dem fees U-turn on cards. Fees to deter English could squeeze Scots
Abstracts: NUS left forces a U-turn on grants. V-cs fear reform of teaching grants favours old over new. We'll halt expansion if we win, say Tories
Abstracts: NVQs suffer a skills blow. Charlie's angel. Sciences make their mark
Abstracts: OAPs lose home in fight with college. Brunel pays out to settle race row. Oxford Brookes offers UKPd100K to avoid court
Abstracts: Obesity surgery: A risky miracle? Don't take Poland for granted. Physical exercise: key to the nation's health
Abstracts: ...object to Boston University's proposed 'bioterror' research laboratory. Accommodation coup for University of Dundee
Abstracts: Oddities of life on the benches. Private battles, public front. Ideas man decides it's time to act
Abstracts: Odd jobs are ever more common. Can't afford a house on L33,000. Short term and shortchanged?
Abstracts: Official reports 'dish the dirt'. Referees deliver online scolding. Watchdog warning over state intrusion
Abstracts: Off-message ministers cause alarm. Aide sought. Robust toes are a must. Boris the bold steps out of the limelight into the shadow
Abstracts: Of uncertain tomorrows. Academia as Roman holiday. Academia, go f**k yourself
Abstracts: Oil on troubled waters. Take me to your leader. Stepping out of rivals' shadow
Abstracts: Old classics find new life in webworld. Access as the norm, not as an add-on. Safe route drove me to distraction
Abstracts: Old classics find new life in webworld. Drawing on experience to find out what's next. Find a good enough solution
Abstracts: Old faces, new lives. Life - just as we know it. Made by your own hands
Abstracts: Old institutions fail on access targets. Bright peaks and blighted valleys. Intervene pre-GCSE, study says
Abstracts: Old institutions fail on access targets. V-cs told to root out extremism. Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community
Abstracts: Old problems in new bodies. Congregation says its prayers. Fertile fields of study
Abstracts: Old quacks and future nostrums. New kid in the House. Blair chief marshal
Abstracts: Once more into the bunker. The lost chapters of a life in love and letters. The class assassin
Abstracts: Once upon a lifetime. Learning to love biographers. Uprooting red daffodils
Abstracts: On deciding who to clone. Warning: don't ignore the scientific, society needs it. Sceptics who needled doctors into making sure shots
Abstracts: One brave heart wins over minds of many. Scotland's women step out of the shade. 'Myths flourish in ignorance'
Abstracts: One country, two systems, six views. Milk of human delusions. The mental bloc about going east
Abstracts: One foot in the future. Smoke, mirrors and Chinese pipe dreams. Digging up a cash crop of fertile minds in dustry fields
Abstracts: One in five men batter partners. There's comfort in hanging on to your head. New use for a "miracle" drug
Abstracts: One light bulb and an illuminating year. Making a mark in the classroom. Illuminating our hardware
Abstracts: One million pounds sterling says our policy's right. Lecturers to act on campus racist lobby. Lecturers fear new degree is a sell-out
Abstracts: One million pounds sterling says our policy's right. Union campaigns to scrap QAA. Wider access threat to autonomy
Abstracts: One nation, under suspicion, loses liberty and justice for all. Students take on Pentagon
Abstracts: One ring, one million contexts. First we wake it up, then we wipe it out. How Mr Arthrobalanus saved Charles Darwin from Baron Munchausen's fate
Abstracts: One step forward.... Class apartheid. Cash calls tune for admissions
Abstracts: One, two, three - Foresight. Where there's a Will. If you want people to take your advice..
Abstracts: On holiday with Dionysius. Alumni launch PC fightback. New interest in the old world
Abstracts: On horses and the backstroke. The test makers. Shift or drift
Abstracts: On independence square. Africa's new leaders: reasons for worry. Democracy and despotism: bipolarism renewed?
Abstracts: Online bonus, e-ventually. Facing a byte-sized future. Who says that looks don't matter?
Abstracts: Only 2% of Nobel science prizes have been awarded to women. Cosmology and a matter outstanding. Truth, unlike a meal, can be hard to swallow
Abstracts: On the ocean blue without a clue. Macho benders of mystery universe; astronomers' discovery of 'gravitational lenses.'
Abstracts: On the record. 'Damaging overuse' of hype criticized. Outlook: a deluge threatens
Abstracts: On the rocks in every way. Flexible working is good for morale and business. Academics' good health is not to be sneezed at
Abstracts: On the scent of Fragrant Harbour's pungent history. The mystery of fetal life: Secrets of the womb. The mystery of history
Abstracts: On the shoulders of giantesses? In pursuit of the new paradigm. Starring role for the ideas bank; British centre using satellite data to solve world problems
Abstracts: On track from the first minute. Road to peace is paved with small miracles. Swap kid gloves for a red ballpoint
Abstracts: Onward march of the no-research regiment. 20% of staff now just teach. Casual culture props up academe
Abstracts: On writing in an on-line world: seek to be intelligible. Life on the line: The Arizona-Mexico border. Crossing the line: stories on mapping the maze
Abstracts: Open door to study haven. Copyright fees dispute goes to costly tribunal. End of an era for innovation
Abstracts: Open hearts, open minds and an open door. The chips are flying. Big dose of can do
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