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Undeniably a gifted communicator, she was seen by many as a breath of fresh air blowing through a stuffy establishment when appointed as director. Her supporters see her as an inspiration to aspiring young scientists, a campaigner against sexism in
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Dr Wright�s fellowship will concern the relations of the Arabian Gulf towards the security challenges being faced from the Horn of Africa region. His research will focus on the nature of and
The overseas investors remained the singe most prominent buyers at the Karachi bourse on Tuesday too, placing market near to 9,800 points. Otherwise, local investors belonging to different walk of lives continued to offload holdings...The parallel
The Telephone hitmaker — who’s famous for her wacky and wild dress sense — insists anyone can recreate her look. “When it comes to fashion I always need to keep my fans in mind,” said GaGa. “I need to, whether I am wearing something that is high
Universities are crumbling, secret database reveals Scores of halls of residences and lecture theatres have been judged 'unfit for purpose' according to a database obtained by the Guardian The Lionel Robbins library at the London School of Economics
One of Britain's most revered scientific institutions is being investigated by the Charity Commission after it emerged that it was leasing office space to a company run by its chairman without legal permission. The Guardian has learnt that the Royal
This term, Britain's social-science powerhouse, the London School of Economics (LSE), is introducing an ambitious compulsory new course for first and second-year students taught by some of its most glittering academics and concentrating on the big
Frances Morrell was a visionary politician who has left a lasting legacy. She was a bright star in an increasingly bland political universe. In every way a political heavyweight and intellectual, she was also capable of enormous warmth and humour.
The Royal Institution was today accused of scapegoating, sexism, "injustice and skulduggery" over its treatment of Susan Greenfield, the high-profile neuroscientist who was suddenly removed as director of the institution last Friday.
Now the Royal Institution can focus on science The Royal Institution will be better off without Susan Greenfield, writes Martin Robbins . It can now concentrate on its core purpose: communicating science Baroness Susan Greenfield in her office at