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London institution thought to be the first in UK to launch open-access publishing platform, as academics move away from traditional scholarly journals.
New in-depth look at the price of hosting EU and non-EU students shows benefits far outweigh cost to taxpayer
Rogier Creemers advises early career academics to be ruthless and put themselves first to move up the ladder.
Without action, the UK might end up in the situation of funding both subscriptions and article-processing charges on an ongoing basis.
Joint publication from EU and UK negotiators confirms EU-funded research will be protected and citizens’ rights upheld.
Les Hatton and Gregory Warr give their two-pronged solution to the problems of peer review
Highlighting the universities that are leading across mathematics, statistics, physics, astronomy, chemistry, geology and environmental sciences subjects.
Survey suggests European scholars are resistant to UK continuing to enjoy full participation in programmes such as Horizon 2020
Books, like journals, reach far more people when they are published open access.
Patrick Vallance to take over from interim government adviser Chris Whitty from March next year.
High price of journals 'placing strain on acceptance' of division of labour between researchers and publishers, says professor.
Conference speech raises questions about future of £9,250 fees system and shows impact of Labour policy.
Is your resolution for the new academic year to publish more? Here, 16 scholars give advice on pitching, editing and writing – and dealing with negative peer reviews.
Peking University joins the top 20 of the Times Higher Education subject table for the first time
We share what 50 Nobel prizewinners think about issues facing science, universities and the world, from populist politics and researcher mobility, to artificial intelligence and threats to humankind
Wise and honourable assessors of grant applications must be allowed to use their discretion, says Sui Huang
Whatever the future may hold, hyperloops, Mars or otherwise, it is the culture of research that will support our world-class researchers to deliver at their best.
New metric measures how reliable scientific claims turn out to be – but calculating it could be an enormous task.
Aarhus University has signed up companies to fund fundamental research in what it calls a ‘patent-free playground’.
German institutions and the publishing giant have still failed to agree a new deal. Could this become permanent?