Three unions representing academic staff are balloting on industrial action over pay
Evolutionary biologists reveal that reports of altruism make a potential mate - even for a short-term fling - seem more attractive
It's that time of year again when school-leavers set off to embark on three years of "study" at university.
Exercise tests if there are cultural differences in responding to instructions from emergency services
Report condemns a charity running 35 schools for ‘procedural irregularities’ and ‘weak’ controls
Huhne is said to be looking for a ‘fourth career’, while Pryce is writing a book about the economics of prison
There is no evidence to support the claim that the Coalition has created more jobs in three years than Labour managed in ten. Quite the reverse, in fact
A senior BBC executive tonight claimed the corporation was justified in putting the lives of students at risk by sending an undercover reporting team with them on a trip to North Korea.
Michael Gove will be accused today of causing irreparable damage to children's education in a devastating personal attack by the leader of Britain's most moderate teachers' union.
The exam beard oozes intellectual machismo and is a great soother in times of stress
Saoirse Crean studied Fine Art at Lancaster University, and now works in art marketing
When Paul Sathianesan got off the plane at Gatwick Airport to begin a new life in a new country, all he had with him were two shirts, two pairs of trousers, a sarong and a container of soil from his homeland, Sri Lanka.
Union leaders have pledged to continue organising more strikes as early as June
Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a Neolithic portal dolmen, one of Western Europe's oldest ritual burial chambered monuments, in an isolated field in Wales.
School meal portions are being shrunk, leaving children to go hungry, teachers and parents have warned.