On the Agenda – Week 48, 2012

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30 november 2012 | The EU boosts higher education in the European Neighborhood. Student-loan debt rises higher than credit cards and auto loans. Furthermore, in this week’s “On the agenda”: 78 year old student gets an education worth waiting for and why did prehistoric Sicilians avoid seafood?

Take 1 – European Union

@enpi_info: EU boosts support to higher education in European Neighborhood region

@EU_commission: Commissioner Vassiliou issues stark warning on funding for Erasmus

@neweranewspaper: Namibian education sector receives EU funding

Take 2 – Students

@dailycaller: Student loan debt reaches all-time high

@icefmonitor: Lebanese student mobility and ways to attract them

@gdnstudents: Student, 78, gets an education worth waiting for

Take 3 – R&D

@naturenews: A black hole equivalent of 17 billion Suns is ‘too big’

@sipappas: Prehistoric skeletons reveal first Sicilians avoided Seafood

@lunduniversity: Research discovery could revolutionize semiconductor manufacture

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Giants upset market for online education

@ScienceGuideEU: Japan’s educational crisis

 


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