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Chinese Telecom ZTE launches its first cybersecurity lab
ZTE opens its first cybersecurity lab in Nanjing, China.
The back pain app out-performing physiotherapy
The mHealth app has worked better than physiotherapy in trials.
EU students will continue to pay home tuition fees
For the next academic year, at least.
SOAS lecturer elected as MEP for far-right party
Dr Gunnar Beck will represent the far-right party Alternative für Deutschland.
Universities must do more to tackle the BAME attainment gap, report says
The gap remains wide.
UK could lose £7 billion in the international student market, warns Jo Johnson
International students need more freedom.
'I pulled her plug and watched her choke' LSE sportswomen publish open letter against sexism
They don't want clubs to be banned.
Which country has the highest graduate employment rate in the EU?
It's not the UK.
Goldsmiths uni say protestors had access to food despite students using pulley system
Fire exits were reportedly locked
Goldsmiths hand delivers letter to protesters warning them of disruptive behaviour
'The letter is filled with blatant lies'
Goldsmiths students occupy building amid accusations the uni celebrates slave owners
The uni has promised an inquiry
The NUS is in crisis - students need a new kind of leader
The NUS needs to be the voice for students.
Students are protesting expensive accommodation fees after complaints of exploding ovens pour in
They also found a dead mouse
Lecturers will NOT be striking due to poor turnout
Second time running
UCAS says these universities have been giving out too many unconditional offers
Are unconditional offers fair?
Homophobic slur scrawled across university social calendar
The union have released a statement
The University of Reading is investigating itself over a £121m land sale
The University has also reported itself to the Charity Commission.