Fritz Bach: Physician whose work enabled the first successful bone-marrow transplant

Fritz Bach worked in genetics, immunology and vascular biology, but was widely regarded as one of the pioneers in transplant research.

Cambridge named as best university in the world

Cambridge is the best university in the world, according to a new league table which sees its rival Oxford awarded fifth place.

Treating children for anxiety 'would cut risk of mental illness'

Children should be screened for anxiety disorders to prevent them developing severe mental problems in later life. Treating anxiety early would be the single most effective way of reducing the burden of mental disorders – one of the most common causes of disability in the developed world, according to Professor Hans Ulrich Witten, lead author of study of the state of Europe's mental health.

The Faith Machine, Royal Court Downstairs, London<br/>The God of Soho, Shakespeare's Globe, London<br/>Wittenberg, Gate, London

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Charleroi: A richly rewarding gem

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Professor accused of drug dealing goes on run

A Californian university professor believed to be the leader of a motorcycle gang has gone on the run after being charged with operating a drug ring.

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Channel 4 to serve up the laughs with Fresh Meat

Television comedy was never the same after The Young Ones portrayed the anarchic antics of a group of undergraduates. Now Channel 4 is revisiting university life with a sitcom, set in a student household, from the creators of the hit series Peep Show.

Rising number of graduates still jobless after three years

A study of 50,000 graduates who left university in 2007 has found that they are more likely to be unemployed than their predecessors.

Ryan Gander: Locked Room Scenario, Londonewcastle Depot, London

It was amazing, but you missed it: the legendary gig, the party, the good, sexy part of the Sixties, the Salon des Refusés, fluxus, punk, the first performance of Stravinsky and the Ballet Russes' The Rite of Spring, the first exhibition of Duchamp's fountain. Also, other things you might have missed – the chance to say goodbye, to apologise, to have a love affair, to be there on that night that everybody still laughs about now. It's in this gulf of missed or denied opportunities that Ryan Gander pitches his latest, elusive, project produced by Artangel.

Maurice Frankel: If data cannot safely be made public, FOI shouldn't apply

The researchers argue that funders would be reluctant to back them

Steve Connor: Big Tobacco's big fear is a brand-free packaging law

The next big battle for the tobacco industry – some might say the final battle – will be waged around the issue of legislation that forces their cancer-causing products into plain cigarette packets that are free of company logos and branding.

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Philip Morris seeks to force university to hand over confidential health research into teenage smokers

Leading article: The uses and abuses of freedom

It is disquieting, to put it mildly, that Philip Morris – the very embodiment of Big Tobacco – has applied to see a university department's data on smoking habits. The research programme, which is trying to identify what makes smoking attractive to young people, is funded in part by the Department of Health and cancer charities. But the relevance of the same information to tobacco companies' marketing departments can hardly be a mystery. With the vast majority of adult smokers becoming hooked in their teens, this is where the battle has to be fought and won.

Trevor Fisher: 'Stop playing politics with the school curriculum'

The Government says it's cracking down on 'soft' exam subjects. But the emphasis on league tables also pressures schools to make the wrong choices, argues Trevor Fisher
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