Daily Archives: 15 June, 2012

Nation’s Research Universities Are Offered Hope of Fatter Budgets – at a Price – Government
A-level modules ‘to be axed’ in major exams shake-up
Why the Scientist Stereotype is Bad for Everyone, Especially Kids
Chinese ambassador attacks ‘cold war’ fears over Confucius Institutes
The Costs of Working in Ireland
Nicola Furlong’s parents confident justice will be done in Tokyo
Questions arise over ‘temporary’ closure of UCD Student Club
Taoiseach and Tánaiste: No compulsory redundancies in public service
The cost of working in Ireland
Admissions and Points
Croke Park deal: Unions reject Varadkar suggestion to allow redundancies
Towards a New Admission System
ESRI refuses to reveal data that ‘contradicts’ Tol’s claims
Nicola Furlong: American suspect (19) admits he strangled her but says he didn’t mean to kill her
Rearrest of suspect in Furlong inquiry
Facebook May Be Used to Determine Credit Scores in the Future
Here comes the Science Squad