An evaluation of the funding policy of education post-18, hired by the prime minister, is presently underway. The extensively anticipated consequence is a cut in the tuition dues. This has encouraged certain discussion on the probable values for, staff terminations, teaching and course cessations. Few universities may even be forced over the edge. Student places are also expected to be limited. If a cut to tuition fees leaves big holes in teaching funds, it’s clear to see how universities could convey funding from research.
The world’s largest operational experimental nuclear fusion reactor, the JT-60SA, was inaugurated in Japan. A collaborative effort between the European Union and Japan, the tokamak vessel aims to investigate the feasibility of fusion as a safe, large-scale, and carbon-free energy source. Unlike fission, fusion involves merging two atomic nuclei, and releasing energy. The device, reaching […]
In a paper published by “Science Today” journal reveals the significance of NAD+ in protecting cells from DNA damage. NAD+ is a metabolite that plays the role of a regulator in protein-protein interaction during DNA repair mechanism. The scientists treated the mice with a booster or precursor molecule, i.e. NMN, for NAD+, which improved the […]
Manchester University Press and Sheridan PubFactory are jointly working on a web hosting platform to host all the books and journals of Manchester University Press. Here Manchester University Press can directly control and manage the growth of their publishing program. José Fossi, VP of Client Services for PubFactory said, “We are excited to add Manchester […]