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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

 

Edinburgh is poised to host a next-generation compute system amongst the fastest in the world, with the potential to revolutionise breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, medicine, and clean

 

Glawdys Leger, a 43-year-old foreign languages teacher at Bishop Justus CofE School in Bromley, Kent, was terminated from her position in May 2022 after she refused to teach what she

 

 

Several major UK universities have come under scrutiny for accepting substantial funding from fossil fuel giants such as Shell and ExxonMobil over the past year, despite their commitments to

More than 3.5m free meals were provided to children from low-income families across the capital during the school summer holiday, thanks to funding from the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.

 

 

Worcester College at Oxford University has received its largest-ever donation of £30 million from alumnus Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones KBE. Sir Owen-Jones, who matriculated at the college in 1965

 

The University of Exeter is set to introduce a groundbreaking MA in Magic and Occult Science in 2024, marking one of the first programs of its kind in the UK. This innovative course has been

 

Up to 2 million more children will have access to walk to school programmes and cycle training programmes over the next 2 years thanks to a multimillion-pound investment announced by

 

The University of Oxford has once again secured its position as the best university globally for an unprecedented eighth year in a row, according to the Times Higher

 

Oxford, not London, emerges as the murder capital of late-medieval England, with the male university population identified as the primary instigators of violence, according