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The reform school of thought

“I went to university and I hated it.” That phrase sums up the no-holds-barred approach of Dr Catherine Ball when she spoke at the Times Higher Education Young Universities Summit at Queensland University of Technology last week. Ball is chief ...

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Political leaning predicts science bias

Small ‘l’ liberals are drawn to blue-sky research, while conservatives are interested in applied science, new research has concluded. The study, Millions of online book co-purchases reveal partisan differences in the consumption of science, published in the journal Nature Human ...

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