i In the frame: Eileen Cooper accuses the art world of failing women

Meet Eileen Cooper: she wants to shake up the art world.

Preaching by extremists and discrimination through segregation has become widespread trend at UK universities equality group claims

Preaching by extremists and discrimination through segregation at student events has become a widespread trend at many UK universities, a student equality group claims.

The Duke was elected with the support of 80 per cent of those who voted

Election of Prince Andrew angers scientists at Royal Society

The Royal Society has defended its election of the Duke of York as a fellow despite some of its members branding him "over-colourful" and lacking a scientific background.

University Challenge's host Jeremy Paxman with the University Of Manchester team (left to right) David Brice, Adam Barr, Richard Gilbert (Captain), and Deborah Brown, who have won this year's title for the fourth time.

Manchester beat UCL to take University Challenge trophy for fourth time

The University Of Manchester have become champions of BBC contest University Challenge for a fourth time, to equal the record set by Magdalen College, Oxford.

Genetic tests may help bipolar disorder patients

Scientists have identified a group of patients with a genetic predisposition to mental illness, opening up for the first time the prospect of personalised medicine in psychiatry.

The Education Secretary, Michael Gove

Michael Gove attacks top universities for not being honest about preferred A-levels

Criticism follows evidence that state school and ethnic minority pupils struggle to get onto the best courses

Professor Lawrence Krauss, the atheist academic at the centre of the row

UCL bans Islamic group after segregation row

A London university has banned an Islamic organisation from its campus, after it attempted to segregate an audience at one of its debates by gender.

Studies suggest that about 500 years before the Stonehenge we know today was built, a larger stone circle was erected at the same site as a community graveyard

Stonehenge: new study suggests landmark started life as a graveyard for the 'prehistoric elite'

Latest of many explanations for mysterious site

Expert: Jury confusion is judge's responsibility

Britain’s leading expert on juries has staunchly defended the country’s trial system following the “fundamental deficits of understanding” that saw the jurors in the Vicky Pryce trial discharged.

Rise in number of gay and bisexual men contracting HIV due to more having unprotected sex

The number of gay and bisexual men contracting HIV rose over the past 20 years because of a rise in the number having unprotected sex, new research shows.

Jeremy Paxman, the host of University Challenge

'You know it's very wrong': Jeremy Paxman branded a 'bully' for embarrassing student on University Challenge

Jeremy Paxman once said: "It's stupid to have a simple-minded view." But the University Challenge presenter's razor sharp wit and lacerating tongue have landed him with accusations of "bullying".

New nose growing from bone marrow

Scientists are using a man's bone marrow to grow him a replacement nose after he lost his original one to cancer.

Balloons, a blimp and deep sea divers all require helium

A ballooning problem: the great helium shortage

It’s used in everything from kids parties to medicine – but now supplies are running so low scientists want to ration it. Steve Connor reports on the great helium shortage

Young men 'safer riding a bike than behind the wheel'

Despite incidents highlighting the perils of riding a bike in Britain's cities, young people are much safer cycling than driving, researchers say.

Turbines of the new Burbo Bank off shore wind farm lay in the wake of a maintenance boat in the mouth of the River Mersey off Liverpool, England

British economy would be £20bn-a-year better off with focus on wind power, says think tank

Britain’s “dash-for-gas” strategy has been undermined just a day before chancellor George Osborne is set to place the fossil fuel at the heart of UK energy policy, as a new report finds the economy would be better off harnessing offshore wind instead.

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he would like to return to No. 10

Stop The War Coalition to stage University College London protest ahead of 'secretive' Tony Blair speech

Anti-war campaigners have criticised a leading university over a “secretive” speech being made by former prime minister Tony Blair.

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