Abstracts: The wage sage. Avoiding future shock. Institution chiefs' pay rise double lecturers' increase
Abstracts: The war against ourselves. Early learning for docs. Is social work becoming an outcast?
Abstracts: The war on terrorism. Correcting misconceptions of democracy: reconsidering our policies. Fighting terrorism: Promoting democracy abroad
Abstracts: The way we were radical. Praise to juvenile efforts. Students speak Franklin
Abstracts: The woman before the cross. An optical disillusion. Rag time's new vibe
Abstracts: The woman marshaling firepower for the intellectual battles ahead. When utopia beckons
Abstracts: The wonder of blunder. Into the mature cycle. Dialogue with disease
Abstracts: The working class: does it still exist? Middle class income: rising income in the future. Dissing the middle class
Abstracts: The world did not change: lessons that might have been learnt from September 11 have been lost on the US. Why peace is a conjuror's trick
Abstracts: The World's Top 200 Universities. Global vision ensures healthy competition. Determined challengers keep heat on the elite
Abstracts: The World's Top 200 Universities. Tiger's growl builds up slowly to a roar. Leeds Met tops first UK green rankings
Abstracts: They don't make 'em like Horatio now. They're called dumb, materialistic sexual predators - but millions are dyeing to join them
Abstracts: 'They expect me to make life easier'. ...fear lowering entry criteria for foreign students could destroy universities
Abstracts: They may be down but they're not out. Echoes from the cradle of dissent. A blinkered response to idol threats
Abstracts: The young and wise are late to rise. Man and machine to join in lethal harmony. The clock ticks as life follows its own rhythm
Abstracts: They're not your average readers. Fling open door and let Pinter's pause be heard. Learn to leave that evil twin behind
Abstracts: They think it's all Ovid! Pain & gain. Leave the drugs war to cartoons and cops
Abstracts: Thin gruel of cliche will never win votes. Durham professor resigns as dean amid investigation into thesis. ...agreed to become chairman of Leeds United
Abstracts: Thin gruel of cliche will never win votes. With friends like these.... Conceptual without cliche
Abstracts: Things ain't what they used to be. From the Teletubbies to Goya. No marginal subjects
Abstracts: ...think bullying in university departments is on the increase. Closure of common room leads to isolation
Abstracts: ...think counselling does not make students into victims. How to help stressed students cope. How to avoid a pig in a poke
Abstracts: ...think counselling does not make students into victims. More porridge is hard to swallow. ...believe university libraries can make a real difference in widening access
Abstracts: ...think disabled research students need more support. To affinity and beyond. Part-time majority
Abstracts: Thinkers divided over role in media. It's the Earth's future, stupid: Al Gore rallies UK academics to spread word about
Abstracts: ...think France has given up on culture. 'I put my head in the maw of the leviathan - Las Vegas'. Western tastes drain India of its rare gems
Abstracts: ...think government reforms could widen social divides. The right must get radical and go back to 'small-c' roots
Abstracts: ...think humanities journals are often irrelevant. Call for SA to scrap poor journals. A word from your sponsor?
Abstracts: ...think humanities journals are often irrelevant. They think it's all Ovid! ...think the Booker is relevant to the study of literature
Abstracts: ... think patients should be involved in medical research. 41% would like next exercise to be halted. When access to data is a real bone of contention
Abstracts: ...think postgraduates need more support to take on teaching roles. Teaching status scrutinised
Abstracts: Think tank. The shoes fit. One tough cookie
Abstracts: ...think that graduation ceremonies could do with some spicing up. Fizzy day falls flat with the price tag
Abstracts: ...think that the long-term impact of dropping out is little understood. ...believe universities could get much more impact from poets on campus
Abstracts: ...think the history national curriculum would benefit from a little more colour. Politics by other means or a cock-up?
Abstracts: ...think the languages crisis is helpful. Speaking in tongues. Why are we so tongue tied in the face of being silenced?
Abstracts: ...think the new visa extension charges should be scrapped. Fears for enrolments if visa charges rise again. Rammell looks beyond visa hike
Abstracts: ...think universities need to start a campaign for true dissent. ...believe cultivating scepticism is the real value of the university
Abstracts: ...think we have too many books. How the RAE is smothering 'big idea' books. English flight for Russian fledgelings; English speakers in demand in former Soviet republics
Abstracts: ...think we need to market cerebral sexiness. Open wide, it won't hurt. Trust us, we're not academics
Abstracts: Think your way out. Routes to a knowledge industry. The orator's obituary
Abstracts: Third chance for access exam. Thirteen ways to treat an external examiner. On your marks for changes in the exam system
Abstracts: Thirty-somethings are sick of grumpy old staff. Hefce chief: VAT hampers savings plan. V-cs snub plan for RAE reform
Abstracts: 'This is a time for broad thinking.' (research themes of the Economic and Social Research Council) The importance of being earnest
Abstracts: This isn't an Act of faith but paranoia. Social tinkering spells disaster for our young. Censured academic decries Turkish repression
Abstracts: This plan is all there is. Best not to kill bill. Blair passes milestone on rocky road
Abstracts: This sceptical isle. Who chopped down the cherry tree? It pays to help the public to meet the ancestors
Abstracts: This will really needle les Anglais. Do all aliens need to be rooted out? Science to unlock toxic secrets
Abstracts: 'Threat' to research careers. Cut-throat RAE rivalry makes filling vacancies even harder. A brave step to ensure the future of innovation
Abstracts: Three experiments. From the one, many: the multiculturalist threat. Technology and choice: educational opportunity
Abstracts: Three-pronged attack on red tape. Contract shift puts research role at risk. New class proposed to end 2:1 bonanza
Abstracts: Three ways to free art and design. Caff society on a voyage of discovery; ways to make science and museums fit together in more exciting combinations
Abstracts: Thrills, spills and pills. Great minds, hard problem. The hard drive for humankind
Abstracts: Throw a spanner in all this mechanical talk. Freedom via education is not a flight of fancy. His and hers economics
Abstracts: Thumbs down for UKPd9K hellos. Regulation bill cut by 25%. Millions go down drain in audit fiasco
Abstracts: Tigers, tigers spurning rights. 'To say Manning was a racist is like saying Shakespeare was a regicide: Humour is a release of anarchy'
Abstracts: Time and notion. Africa's tusk master. Old scripts, new insights
Abstracts: Time bandits make real gains in virtual space. Cash for much less flash. Curtain rises on DIY drama
Abstracts: Time for a French revolution. Blasts in a legal minefield. Blindness in Gaza
Abstracts: Time for society to see old people in a new light. All quiet on Serbian front pages. It's the same 'old' story in HE
Abstracts: Time to break the grip of the old boy's club. Romania on road to Erasmus. Re-user friendly data
Abstracts: Time to cast out voodoo therapy. Cheerful assassin defies analysis. Is politics a candidate for therapy?
Abstracts: Time to defend UK courses in other realms. Audit's deep confusion. Beware: words can and do kill
Abstracts: Time to eat our words? War of the words. Words against weapons
Abstracts: Time to make Nazis history, or is there life in Hitler yet? How will history judge Prime Minister Tony Blair? A history of afflicting the comfortable
Abstracts: Time to share the fruits of our world-class labour. Soul searching. UK creative community takes it to another level
Abstracts: Time to speak up against the doom merchants. Plant rage may uproot experts. Has the GM backlash blighted British botany?
Abstracts: Tip the balance back and maintain US influence. Sector seeks cross-party support in US. ...think government reforms could widen social divides
Abstracts: 'Tis the season to be jolly, and a little perplexed. You don't need to know a name to teach a student. Forget the muse, it's hard graft you need
Abstracts: Titles given for 'wrong reasons'. Attention, s'ilvous plait. Goodbye to Easy Street
Abstracts: To Byte or Not to Byte. Traditional and High-Tech Approaches to Writing Term Papers. Last Word: Self-Starting Writing Exercise Flounders
Abstracts: To craft a witch. All mod cons in ye olde 'des res'. Light the pyre for bonfire night
Abstracts: 'Today Britain enjoys the dubious distinction of being the only major country where it is government policy to make class a formal criterion for admissions'
Abstracts: Today's special? Snacks for one. WLTM: red-hot physicist, oozing grey cells. Anglo-Saxon 'weed' choking Euro flowers?
Abstracts: Today's Student Meets Yesterday's Vietnam. Goind Dutch; how Holland lets insiders and outsider assess faculty strengths and weaknesses
Abstracts: To hospital, and quick... We cannot even define them, let alone name them ... so how can we make war on those we call terrorists?
Abstracts: Tokyo keen to raise global science profile. Japanese step up research cash fight. Scholars claim Bill will invert Japan's postwar gains
Abstracts: Tomes come home. Is NUS serving the me generation? Catching a whiff of days gone by
Abstracts: Too cold a welcome for visiting professors. A warm weather warning. A boyish addiction to scientific labour of love
Abstracts: Too cool for school and its downhill from there. Great sites to behold. Sick puppies, chief nipple twisters and the King of gall wasps
Abstracts: Too dangerous for words. Campuses get tough on drink. From cowboys to coyboys
Abstracts: Too little wind, too much hot air. What future for study of past? Participants in a historical 'soap'
Abstracts: Too little wind, too much hot air. Will our family embrace a 'hobbit' as one of its own? Sick of the sidelines
Abstracts: Too loving spoonfuls. Eliot letters fan flames of row over 'racism'. Who's looking at you, kid?
Abstracts: Too many laws: the ever-expanding criminal code. Crime prevention: What works. The criminal menace: shifting global trends
Abstracts: Too much hot air--and too little time. Dearth of new blood will stifle research. This fight is personal
Abstracts: Too much hot air--and too little time. Do you want to live to be 800? This man says that you can. Jam spread too thinly to nourish academe
Abstracts: Too much pressure. Syria gets boost as US is shunned. Is bigger better? Student performance in a growing sector
Abstracts: 'Too secret ... too late' (United Kingdom, investigation into the bovine spongiform encephalopathy crisis) (includes related articles on the role of scientists in the crisis and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease)
Abstracts: Toothpaste and other triumphs. Rock and roll is now spelt with double z. Turn them on with your what-ifs
Abstracts: Too young, too far, too fast? Stalked by fear. Bred in the bone
Abstracts: Top cop gets [pounds sterling]20K more than professor. Freemasons' appeal on rise face book era. Bitter dispute that split colleagues
Abstracts: Top cop gets [pounds sterling]20K more than professor. The Pounds Sterling 80bn question. Computing hit by low take-up
Abstracts: Top scientist attacks MAFF cuts. Winning the prize but not the jackpot. Gold, frankincense and Ur
Abstracts: Top-up fees are neither our saviour nor Satan. Offa signals bursary battle. Despair of the debt defaulters
Abstracts: Top-ups may fund pay rises. Morris opens ivory towers to hit target. Decision time for UUK lobby
Abstracts: Top-ups will pit costly science against the rest. Science grants to lure students. A scientist in the extremes
Abstracts: Top-up teens want more for their money. Leeds Met fees net high interest. Bristol scoops UKPd5m ideas deal
Abstracts: Top-up will deter 67%. Fancy a degree to go with that tan ?. Is a return to grants really the answer?
Abstracts: Tories back voucher scheme. Bring your swim trucks to the SCR. Time to bring back the chalk to the talk-face
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