Monthly Archives: February 2012

New Review Sought For Controversial Bird Flu Research
Why #CRC12 is not #sopaIreland
Galway Students in Bank Occupation
Why wait? Six ways that Congress could fix copyright, now
Copyright and Innovation – The CRC Consultation Paper
Santorum’s Arrested Development
EU parliamentarians tackle ACTA
Why the Supreme Court should never have taken the affirmative action case Fisher v. Texas
6 reasons why Irish SOPA may not work
Sherlock confirms that ‘Irish SOPA’ has been signed into law
Public Sector Retirements
NI universities could be under two government departments
Residents under siege in Limerick estate during UL ‘Charity Week’
Teachers should offer students college feedback, suggests UL president
‘Little evidence’ that wider access succeeds on underprivileged, researchers claim
ICT as a foundation for future learning
Rag Week is Gone, Get Over It: Why Galway’s Social Week was Wrong
Playing down impact of education cuts will cost in the long term, says school principal
Queen’s University Belfast’s ‘softly approach’ to St Patrick’s Day blasted by University of Ulster
Universities warn on overseas students income loss