Daily Archives: 17 April, 2013

UK researcher who faked data gets three months in jail
Spain delays multi-million research grants
The Supreme Court case which didn’t break the internet
Unions warn pay cut moves will be met with action
Don’t discount the role of research
‘Plan for degree courses in English is deluded’
Leading pro-austerity academic paper may have included fatal Excel error
Icon Academy launched in Dublin with UCD
Getting Down To Business In The Business Schools
Rise in applications for science, tech courses
Whinging Multinationals
Gilmore says it’s ‘too early’ to speculate on pays cuts after Croke Park deal collapse
Wolves and Sheep – What To Do Now That Venture Capitalists Are Stalking Scientific Publishing
An embedded culture of research impact will not emerge unless universities think beyond the REF
We are still saving British science from Margaret Thatcher
Labour ponders ‘tweaked’ pay deal as ICTU prepares to kill off Croke Park 2
The 2 most powerful flipped classroom tips I have learned so far
INTO ‘won’t rule anything out’ as Croke Park 2 set to be formally rejected
Coalition expected to make an effort to salvage something from Croke Park deal
Strikes loom as unions reject pay cuts