Monthly Archives: July 2010

Acclaimed historian who prompted lively debate
In praise of science research foundations
Go-ahead for single CIT apprentice building
Reaching the Last Technology Holdouts at the Front of the Classroom
€12m Boost For UL Researchers
Time is right to bring back third-level fees and grants
Should the ‘literacy package’ include science too?
Being the Master
Scotland urged to consider student fees if cap is raised south of the border
Science Foundation Ireland chief to take up an overseas position
Tuition fees and social conscience
Tenure Is Fading – Is that Really So Bad?
Global students of future to get degree of flexibility
Queen’s University set to design fully submerged deepwater turbine
UCD leads €9m EU funded research into personalised nutrition
University tuition fees soar for foreign students
Minister launches €7m Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund
An Epic?
Oxford University lecturer ‘discriminated against’ after converting to Christianity
Higher education diversity