Sector awaiting next steps after von der Leyen and Sunak agree on Northern Ireland protocol
“Historic” agreement clears the path for association to EU science programmes, says European Commission president
Appointment of Oxford bio-mathematician an “inspired choice”, say research leaders
Government urged to reinvest funding originally destined for EU programmes or alternatives back into R&D
Is it time to start preparing for association to the EU’s flagship R&D programme?
R&D risks being seen as luxury rather than necessity amid cost of living crisis
Rate of virus in birds raises fears of increased transmission to humans
Devolved government announces mission-based approach and says bemoaning lost funding is “not productive”
With university pay negotiations continuing, Playbook takes a look at the state of nursing education
Labour leader says his economic growth mission will rely on “seizing opportunities of tomorrow”
A think tank explores how scientists should be influencing government policy
Minister says “funding will remain available” for Horizon shortfalls under guarantee scheme
UK risks being left in “an innovation wasteland”, says business group
“Auditing” approach for real-time regulation of AI could ensure ethical development, MPs hear
The OfS is consulting on proposals that aim to tackle sexual misconduct on campus
Former party leaders urge major reforms including breaking Treasury “micromanagement” of science spending
R&D is once again collateral damage in the row over the Northern Ireland protocol
Campaign for Science and Engineering slams “reversal” of government’s position
Senior defence company engineer Julia Sutcliffe takes chief adviser role at newly created department
Latest proposal from publisher “does not meet” needs of the sector, say university groups
Ex-health minister James O’Shaughnessy to advise on key challenges to conducting studies in UK
The Westminster government has named its next chief scientific adviser
Top Ministry of Defence adviser will replace Patrick Vallance as UK’s most senior scientist
Centre-right think tank Onward pushes UK to advance its science and technology base
Framework agreement sets out funder’s relationship to parent department and UK Research and Innovation
Unions suspend strike action for two weeks as Acas talks intensify
Reports of deal rekindle hopes of UK finally joining EU R&D programmes, including Horizon Europe
Study claims peer review does not maintain standards in academic publishing
Are universities offering the right kind of support to students with disabilities?
Publishing in two new Royal Society of Chemistry journals will be free until 2025
Nicola Sturgeon steps down—what now for universities, Scotland and the UK?
Ex-science minister argues that universities are “fundamental to the UK’s research effort”
Michelle Donelan under pressure to deliver association in first weeks of cabinet role
Is the row over pay and conditions more important to some than others?
Investor says government’s ambition to grow UK R&D companies is stymied by its own policies
Year three of the UK’s student exchange scheme opens today—do the data add up?
Unit seeks “alternative arrangements” as charity winds down funding