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As tension over drones is rising, so too is their use among academics. The unmanned vehicles' potential for research is huge, but privacy concerns remain.
Mandatory budget cuts are scheduled to take effect March 1. This time, colleges fear it might actually happen, but have little idea how the cuts would be applied.
Several prominent universities, driven by revenue and prestige concerns, are building or merging with medical schools at a furious pace.
UT-Austin launches administrative inquiry into integrity of controversial study about children of same-sex couples.
Commercialization offices are fighting a Kauffman proposal that would let researchers take potential commercial ideas to any technology transfer partner, not just their home institution.
Author gets inside look at IRBs, and offers perspectives on how they operate, and how researchers can improve their chances of a smooth review.
Blog-borne debate about a study on the relationship between social media and scholarly communications reaches new levels of meta.
My dissertation influences my teaching not so much through its content but by the lessons I learned writing it, says Peter Wayne Moe.
North Carolina legislators raised concerns when they funded the creation of a new entity at Chapel Hill to explore environmental policy and research.
If me-search refers to people who study populations they are a part of, then most survey work done by cisgender scholars fits the definition of it, argues J. Sumerau.
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