There are more than 2,000 political scientists from all over the world in Glasgow this week, attending the European Consortium for Political Research's annual conference at the University of Glasgow.
EXAM bosses have been urged to reduce the amount of testing in schools as part of moves to tackle the workload crisis facing teachers.
SCOTLAND'S pioneering life-sciences industry, which created Dolly the Sheep, would suffer if the country left the UK, the Coalition's new minister for the sector will warn today.
UNIVERSITIES and colleges have been told to increase the number of women on courses traditionally dominated by men, and improve female representation at management level.
UNIVERSITIES have been told to make recruiting poorer students a central part of their admissions procedures.