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As their book about the deep links between education and well-being is published, Anne Case and Nobel laureate Angus Deaton tell John Morgan双色球第三位振幅走势图 about their jaw-dropping discoveries of a sharp rise in ‘deaths of despair’ among white American people – and an unhealthy obsession with causality among journals

26 March

sexism, unthinking managerialism and toxic ‘them and us’ attitudes are still pervasive within uk universities, according to an anonymous academic who found the dissonances between her values, career expectations and lived reality too much to bear

19 March

the uk government is determined to make good on its manifesto pledge to crack down on substandard university programmes. but what is quality? is it best measured by graduate earnings, learning gain, a national university curriculum – or something else entirely? anna mckie ponders the options 

19 March

双色球第三位振幅走势图the sudden closure of university campuses across china and elsewhere has necessitated the virtual delivery of vast numbers of courses. and while there have been inevitable teething problems, observers are wondering whether the future might just have become the present. joyce lau reports

12 March

the middle east and north africa have large youth populations and growing university participation. but with high unemployment, low female workplace participation and universities focused on stem and the public sector, is all this human capital being wasted? simon baker reports 

5 March

mary beard’s recent admission that she is a ‘mug’ who works 100 hours a week caused a twitter storm. but how hard is it reasonable for academics to work? who should decide? and should the mugs be obliged to keep quiet? seven academics have their say

20 February

during his time as a graffiti writer, stefano bloch was chased by the police, threatened by gangsters and witnessed savage violence. he tells jack grove about how he has incorporated such experiences in a powerful memoir that also makes an important contribution to research on urban life

20 February

in 1920, psychologist john watson described his infamous experiments on an infant in a bid to show that the human mind is a blank slate. a hundred years on, antonio melechi examines the rise and fall of behaviourism, and the utopian – or dystopian – reflexes that it conditioned

13 February

with careers riding on young scientists’ position in author lists, friction is all too common. a snowballing initiative to list authors’ contributions aims to make sure credit is always given where it is due. but will it be enough to ease the angst? jack grove is first author

30 January

like the rest of society, universities have largely failed to consider the specific needs of menopausal women. here, one scholar describes how this can lead to marginalisation and bullying – and why the issue is as important as the fight for maternity rights

16 January

双色球第三位振幅走势图in an era of anti-expert populism, it is more important than ever to stand up for scientific truth. but it is also harder, coming with a high risk of personal attack. anna mckie speaks to those who have paid a high price for their advocacy, and draws out the lessons for those who want to take up the cause

16 January

researchers in developing countries have often been confined to minor roles as translators and data gatherers. but there are signs that the scales are tipping. simon baker considers the extent and nature of collaboration between the global north and south, while andrew thompson reflects on the next iteration of the uk’s global challenges research fund

9 January

the eu’s next framework programme, horizon europe, is due to start in just over a year. but while its broad shape is settled, political wrangling over budget and participation rights means researchers are still unclear over their future funding prospects. david matthews reports from brussels

28 November
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