Daily Archives: 17 September, 2012

Does focusing on wrongdoing in research feed mistrust of science?
Spelling errors may harm rankings of Iran’s universities
How the Irish Research Council aims to nurture Ireland’s researchers (interview)
Launch of answer.ie
President Higgins to meet USI and Students’ Union representatives
GCSE exams to be replaced by ‘English Bac Certificate’
Oxford University Press title joins new model for open access publishing
Harvard, Know Thyself
Should I stay or should I go: assessing the options for a career in academia
Mitchell O’Connor questions fairness of HPAT test for aspiring medical students
Can librarians trust resources found on Google Scholar? Yes … and no
‘Entry-level’ job adverts unsettle academics in US
Private dental school to open
Are Scientists Themselves to Blame for Exaggerated Claims in Science Journalism?
Counting on maths teaching to deliver
Public sector sick-pay bill and quangos face squeeze
Big Bang strategy would make science ‘more fun’
AC Grayling: Students spend too long in bed or the pub
Weighing up the Croke Park deal
70% want limit on foreign students