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Regional clusters of world-class innovation across the UK are being backed by a share of £75 million that will boost local economies and pioneer game-changing solutions from healthcare to net

 

Oxford University has been identified as the sixth-largest recipient of funding from fossil fuel companies among all UK universities during the 2022-23 period, as reported by an investigation


A British student currently studying in the United States has ignited a lively transatlantic conversation about the distinctions between British and American universities.

 

Cottesmore School, a prominent private boarding school, has introduced a unique addition to its leadership team – an AI chatbot named Abigail Bailey. This digital creation will serve as a

 

The Home Office in the UK is exploring the possibility of deporting foreign nationals who engage in anti-Semitic activities or express support for Hamas. Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick has

 

Over 450 employees at Cambridge University have announced a four-day strike due to a wage dispute, according to their trade union's statement on Wednesday. The union has cautioned that

Wrexham University has issued an apology after a visiting professor, Dr. Nigel Hunt, criticized Welsh-language road signs, deeming them "unintelligible" and "potentially dangerous."

 

Labour has announced plans to introduce a "real-world" maths curriculum for primary schools. Shadow education secretary Bridget Philipson will outline the proposal in a speech, advocating for

Teacher recruitment will see a huge boost this academic year with £196 million to attract more teachers across key subjects. This will fund scholarships, bursaries and salary grants to help

 

Teachers and school leaders from across England are set to participate in an artificial intelligence (AI) hackathon as part a two-day event to experiment with technology and identify how