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Universities are places where students learn to think for themselves, writes Jonathan Derbyshire
Brexit threatens research funding and academic recruitment
Richardson attacks proposals for universities to set up feeder schools
Caltech knocked off perch and Asian institutions on the rise
Heavy spending not key driver of Chinese growth miracle, Oxford economists argue
There are very good reasons why the competitive market is a bad model for higher education
Contenders for architecture award reveal a creeping conservatism
Undergraduate numbers at Oxford and Cambridge barely change in a decade
UKRI tasked with turning innovation into commercial success
City-backed investment fund helps ventures clear ‘valley of death’
Human brains cannot cope with too many virtual friends, writes Anjana Ahuja
The playwright’s musical connections will be celebrated in this year’s Shakespeare 400 anniversary
Combination of 3D printing and chemistry holds out hope for nervous system repair
Accurately sequencing an individual’s DNA for less than $1,000 is now possible
New study casts doubt on chances of meeting goals of international climate change accord
Syrian-born billionaire and philanthropist lashes out after being told to find new bank
Technological innovation and computing power are driving change across all business, writes the FT’s editor
To put one’s name on a building makes a future demand on history
Cross-cultural ceramics partnership uses traditional techniques from the city of Bizen and a recreated medieval furnace
Exchange data show hedge funds and other investors have a record bet on recovery
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