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Academic research is often big business these days. But the Association of University Technology Managers wants the world to know that it’s about helping people, too.
As one animal rights group seeks university research records in Mississippi, an Ohio court turns away a similar challenge.
Senate backs $7 billion increase in funds available for education and health spending -- mainly to undo previous cuts.
Thanks to innovative software, some MIT laboratories are open to the world.
University, embarrassed by charges it was selling its name, changes ties to company pushing upscale moisturizers.
Experts say that the headline-grabbing scandals may distract attention from potentially more damaging, accepted practices.
Like many urban institutions, Columbia needs new facilities for science -- but legacy of 1968 reverberates when facing its Harlem neighbors.
Lawmakers tell NSF what it should and shouldn't fund -- and question some grants (without bothering to talk to the researchers involved).
The House Science Committee is set to introduce legislation that will bolster science and math education, largely through NSF at the college level.
Session on state of the humanities emphasizes solutions and humor over hand wringing.
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