Lecturers at UK universities will launch a 48-hour strike today after talks failed to resolve a pay row.
Staff at the University of Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin and the University of Essex are among those planning to take action.
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) will also refuse to work overtime, set additional work, or undertake any voluntary duties like covering timetabled classes for absent colleagues.
If the dispute is not resolved in the coming weeks, members have agreed to further strike action which could affect open days, graduation ceremonies and the clearing process.
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The county's seen an increase in pupil numbers of almost 40 per cent in ten years.
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Students have found a parachute from a high altitude balloon they sent into the Near Space region of the earth's atmosphere.
Pupils at Fakenham Academy in Norfolk launched the balloon from Elsworth in Cambridgeshire, and it rose to more than 26,000 metres.
The balloon burst, as planned, when it reached high altitude and the parachute with a computer and camera attached came down at Bourne near Peterborough.
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Proposals to close eight children's centres in Northamptonshire and relocate more than a dozen others to the county's libraries will be discussed today.
Councillors say they need to cut funding by £3m because of "unprecedented demand" on services and big reductions in government funding.
This afternoon, Northamptonshire County Council's cabinet will consider the proposals which would include closing three children's centres in Northampton, two in Wellingborough, two in Kettering and one in South Northamptonshire.
"Children's centre services will still be available across Northamptonshire, but financial pressures mean that we will be using a larger proportion of the funding available for services in areas of greatest need, such as Northampton East and Central, Corby and Wellingborough."
The billionaire entrepreneur James Dyson has been in Cambridge to open a new centre for the University's budding inventors.
The £8m Dyson Centre for Engineering Design will provide 1,200 students with the space and equipment to build prototypes, test inventions and collaborate on cutting edge research.
Students from Fakenham Academy in Norfolk have launched a high altitude balloon nearly 30,000 metres into near space.
A previous attempt in February had to be postponed because of poor weather but today's conditions were perfect.
The balloon took off from Elsworth in Cambridgeshire with a computer and a camera attached.
It was hoped they would be safely parachuted down after the balloon burst on reaching high altitude.
But they lost sight of the parachute over Peterborough. A search is currently being carried out near Bourne where they thought the parachute would land.
Click below to see Steve Randall's pictures of the launch