A letter in this week’s Times Higher Education:
The University of Central Lancashire suspends its first-year BSc course in homeopathic medicine because it has not attracted sufficient student numbers (“Staff fears about ‘quackery’ lead to review of alternative health courses”, 4 September). Surely the lower the concentration of students on a homeopathy course, the higher the course’s efficacy?
Reader in computer systems
University of Kent
I swear, some chicken tikka came out my nose.