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Life Sciences
18:01
Crossing fingers can reduce feelings of pain
Crossing fingers can reduce feelings of pain
How you feel pain is affected by where sources of pain are in relation to each other, and so crossing your fingers can change what you feel on a single finger, finds new UCL research. The research, published in Current Biology, used a variation on an established pain experiment, known as the "thermal grill illusion".
Business/Economics
18:00
Lancaster launches programme tailored to support family businesses
Lancaster launches programme tailored to support family businesses
Astronomy - Earth Sciences
18:00
A new view of Jupiter's northern lights
A new view of Jupiter’s northern lights
Observations of Jupiter made by Nasa's Hubble Space Telescope are being analysed by Dr Sarah Badman at Lancaster University.
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
16:00
Increased funding reflects Lancaster’s world-leading research
Physics/Materials Science
15:00
Imperial competition celebrates young scientists
Imperial competition celebrates young scientists
Pedagogy/Education Science - Medicine/Pharmacology
14:00
Couple vow to raise funds for recurrent miscarriage clinic in Coventry that helped them to become parents
A couple who experienced four heartbreaking miscarriages in two years are raising money for a recurrent miscarriage clinic at University Hospital in Coventry which helped them to finally become parents to a baby boy.
Administration/Government - Environmental Sciences
14:00
Multi-million pound funding secured for major food security research programme
N8 Research Partnership universities to receive HEFCE grant of nearly £8 million to address the challenge of food security University to match £1 million share of grant, giving a £2 million boost
Social Sciences
14:00
Comment: British voters don’t care and Americans hate each other: is there any hope for either?
Dr Todd Hartman, Lecturer in Quantitative Methods at the University of Sheffield, comments on issues with British and American politics.
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
13:00
Studying higher education
Environmental Sciences - Careers/Employment
13:00
Balancing prosperity and sustainability: a role for arts and culture
Researchers from the University of Leeds are to play a key role in exploring how arts and culture contributes to sustainable prosperity.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
12:00
Lancaster shares in multi-million pound funding for major food security research programme
Lancaster shares in multi-million pound funding for major food security research programme
The N8 Research Partnership – which includes Lancaster University – has secured multi-million pound funding for a programme which is set to transform food security research in the UK.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
11:00
How the work of Weizmann is inspiring scientists today thanks to Lord Alliance
How the work of Weizmann is inspiring scientists today thanks to Lord Alliance
Exactly 100 years after the first President of Israel, Chaim Weizmann, made his vital discovery about acetone at The University of Manchester, the institution is celebrating his legacy through new sc
Social Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
26.03.2015
Multi-million investment for new food security research programme
Multi-million investment for new food security research programme
The N8 Research Partnership has secured multi-million pound funding for a programme which is set to transform food security research in the UK.† The Higher Education Funding Council for England (H
Medicine/Pharmacology
25.03.2015
Ebola more deadly for young children
Ebola more deadly for young children
Ebola progresses more quickly and is more likely to be fatal for children under five, according to new research. An international group of scientists led by Imperial College London and the World Health Organization analysed data on Ebola cases in children under 16 during the current outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, comparing them to cases in adults.
Administration/Government - Environmental Sciences
25.03.2015
Recognition for Lancaster professor
Professor elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, is recognised for her ‚Äúhigh calibre‚ÄĚ research and role as advisor to the Scottish Government Professor Louise Heathwaite is
Administration/Government
25.03.2015
If Nick Clegg falls, who will lead what’s left of the Lib Dems?
Dr Katharine Dommett, Research Fellow in British Governance and Politics at the University of Sheffield, comments on the future leadership of the Lib Dems.
Medicine/Pharmacology
25.03.2015
£1.1m study to reduce cognitive problems in people with MS
Experts in Nottingham are leading a major new study into how people with multiple sclerosis (MS) could overcome problems with attention and memory associated to their condition. The Cognitive Rehabilitation for Attention and Memory in people with Multiple Sclerosis (CRAMMS) trial will evaluate the effectiveness of new strategies to improve and compensate for these difficulties and aims to improve the quality of life for the patient.
Environmental Sciences
25.03.2015
Lancaster University in China-UK dialogue on science, policy and food security
In order to ensure food security for its sizeable population, China needs to find ways of overcoming pressing environmental challenges and developing a science to policy interface.
Sport Sciences
25.03.2015
Sussex wins Varsity for second year running
Sussex wins Varsity for second year running
Sussex wins Varsity for second year running Sussex students retained the Varsity sports cup against local rivals Brighton this weekend, to the delight of a packed home crowd of supporters.
Administration/Government
25.03.2015
Stadium tour tackles Oxbridge stereotypes
Administration/Government - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
25.03.2015
Apprentice Nicole is a true team player
Apprentice Nicole is a true team player
The University has launched its 2015 apprenticeship campaign to encourage managers across the organisation to consider hiring apprentices when suitable vacancies arise and has set a target of at least 100 apprentices in post by the end of the year.
Life Sciences
25.03.2015
Podcast: Antarctica, giant cells and the Dyson School
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
25.03.2015
Digital Pathology facility named Centre of Excellence
The University of Warwick and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust have received international recognition by being named a Centre of Excellence for Digital Pathology.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
25.03.2015
University of Warwick wins £14,500,000 to create Advanced Steel Research Hub
The University of Warwick has been awarded £14,500,000 for WMG to bring together researchers to work with industry in an Advanced Steel Research Hub.
Administration/Government
25.03.2015
Study suggests coalition alliances should be declared before general election
New research offers insight into how electorate can maximise influence of their vote Political leaders should be forced into declaring which coalitions their parties are willing to form in the
Administration/Government
25.03.2015
University of Sheffield announces the appointment of new Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Business/Economics
25.03.2015
BBC 'Apprentice' finalist crowns Sussex's top young entrepreneur
BBC ’Apprentice’ finalist crowns Sussex’s top young entrepreneur
Life Sciences - Literature/Linguistics
25.03.2015
Neuroscience researchers showcase their work at London's Science Museum
Neuroscience researchers showcase their work at London’s Science Museum
Neuroscience researchers showcase their work at London's Science Museum University of Sussex psychologists are taking part in a free festival at London's Science Museum this week that explores the biotechnological future of the human body. The festival, You have Been Upgraded , opens today (Wednesday 25 March) and includes Professor Anil Seth and colleagues from the University's Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science talking and demonstrating about what is known – and not known – when it comes to how the brain generates our conscious world.
Philosophy
25.03.2015
Justification for arming rebels in Ukraine and Syria under the spotlight
An expert on the ethics of war from The University of Manchester is leading a debate on the ethical issues surrounding the arming of rebels in territories like the Ukraine and Syria (25 March).
Medicine/Pharmacology
25.03.2015
Report on UK alcohol industry’s “billion units pledge” is flawed
In 2012, the UK government announced an industry pledge to remove a billion units of alcohol from the market by December 2015 Sheffield Alcohol Research Group raise concerns over analysis and que
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Computer Science/Telecom
25.03.2015
Robots on reins could be the 'eyes' of firefighters
Researchers at King's College London have developed revolutionary reins that enable robots to act like guide dogs, which could enable that firefighters moving through smoke-filled buildings could save vital seconds and find it easier to identify objects and obstacles.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
25.03.2015
King's awarded £10m for world-leading Hub for Neuropsychiatry Imaging Research and Therapeutics
The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) today pledged £10m towards a world-leading Hub for Neuropsychiatry Imaging Research and Therapeutics at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London.
Computer Science/Telecom - Business/Economics
25.03.2015
King's and Ericsson collaborate to realize the potential of 5G
King's College London and Ericsson today announced collaboration on 5G research which will address both technical implications and societal challenges towards the development of a tactile internet.
Computer Science/Telecom - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
24.03.2015
Robot & Gran – renowned robotics expert advises UK government on robot care
One of the world's leading experts on artificial intelligence and robotics is addressing a parliamentary symposium this week (24 March 2015) to highlight the impact and implications of robots caring for humans in old age.
Literature/Linguistics
24.03.2015
How Wordsworth was a war poet
How Wordsworth was a war poet
A Lancaster academic is co-curator of a major exhibition that portrays Wordsworth as one of the nation's greatest war poets.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
24.03.2015
Imperial advances biomedical robotics collaboration with CUHK
Imperial advances biomedical robotics collaboration with CUHK
Imperial has joined forces with one of Asia's leading universities to develop next generation biomedical robotic technology.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
24.03.2015
New centre to drive forward research in vocational education in the UK
New centre to drive forward research in vocational education in the UK
Life Sciences
24.03.2015
Lassie go home. You've been replaced by a digital dog
Lassie go home. You’ve been replaced by a digital dog
Lassie go home. You've been replaced by a digital dog Every dog has its day – but not so much in the film world any more, according to a University of Sussex film studies lecturer.
Life Sciences
24.03.2015
'Most attractive' male birds don't have the best genes
’Most attractive’ male birds don’t have the best genes
'Attractive' male birds that mate with many females aren't passing on the best genes to their offspring, according to new UCL research which found promiscuity in male birds leads to small, genetic faults in the species' genome.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
24.03.2015
Epilepsy first-aid training to reduce A&E visits
The University of Liverpool is developing a first-aid training programme for people with epilepsy to†support them when they have a seizure and to avoid†unnecessary visits to A&E.† Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological condition in the UK and is typically treated with medication.
Social Sciences - Agronomy/Food Science
24.03.2015
Educating China’s elderly to fight obesity in the young
Academics from the University of Birmingham are engaging with grandparents in China, to help tackle the increasing problem of obesity amongst Chinese children in a trailblazing public health programme.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
23.03.2015
Design engineering in pictures
Design engineering in pictures
A digital cardboard guitar and 3D air-sketching device were among Imperial inventions showcased to James Dyson.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
23.03.2015
Health-conscious concrete
Roads that self-repair, bridges filled with first-aid bubbles, buildings with arteries... not some futuristic fantasy but a very real possibility with 'smart' concrete.
Social Sciences - Literature/Linguistics
23.03.2015
Pupils stage performance based on undocumented migrants’ experiences
Pupils at a secondary school in London put on a performance about the real-life stories of undocumented migrants, based on's carried out by Oxford University researchers at COMPAS.
Law/Forensics
23.03.2015
Sussex appoints new Head of Law, Politics and Sociology
Sussex appoints new Head of Law, Politics and Sociology
Sussex appoints new Head of Law, Politics and Sociology An academic leader with research interests in criminal justice has been appointed as the new Head of the School of Law, Politics and Sociology (LPS) at the University of Sussex.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
23.03.2015
Health-concious concrete
Roads that self-repair, bridges filled with first-aid bubbles, buildings with arteries... not some futuristic fantasy but a very real possibility with 'smart' concrete.
Business/Economics - Event
23.03.2015
'Playing to win' - Karren Brady kicks off the Chancellor's Lecture Series
Earth Sciences
23.03.2015
Volcanologist inspires a generation with new book
An environmental scientist at Lancaster University has published a book about his career as part of the "Coolest Jobs on the Planet" book series. Dr Hugh Tuffen of the Lancaster Environment Centre describes the incredible life of a volcanologist in the book which is aimed at young people who are looking for interesting and adventurous careers.
Environmental Sciences
23.03.2015
Flower-enriched farms boost bee populations
Flower-enriched farms boost bee populations
Flower-enriched farms boost bee populations Flower strips sown into farmers' fields not only attract bees but increase their numbers, new University of Sussex research has shown. A two-year study of farms in West Sussex and Hampshire found that England's most common bumblebee species saw significant population growth where targeted, bee-friendly planting schemes were in place.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
23.03.2015
Chancellor and James Dyson launch Imperial's design engineering school
Chancellor and James Dyson launch Imperial’s design engineering school
A new generation of much-needed graduate engineers and technology leaders will be educated at the Dyson School of Design Engineering.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
23.03.2015
Have a say in the national direction of womb cancer research
Have a say in the national direction of womb cancer research
A national group of researchers, medical bodies and charities, led by The University of Manchester is looking for help in setting the top priorities for fighting womb cancer, with a survey launched today (23 March 2015).
History/Archeology
23.03.2015
Moai Hava arrives at Manchester Museum
Moai Hava arrives at Manchester Museum
Pedagogy/Education Science
23.03.2015
Project to reduce violence in Panama City with improved parenting
Project to reduce violence in Panama City with improved parenting
University of Manchester researchers have piloted a parenting trial which aims to improve child behaviour in Panama City – the place with the eighth highest murder rate in the world. University of Manchester researchers have piloted a parenting trial which aims to improve child behaviour in Panama City – the place with the eighth highest murder rate in the world.
Administration/Government
23.03.2015
The real corporate tax scandal
Western governments have finally begun to pay close attention to tax avoidance by multinational corporations in rich countries.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
23.03.2015
Dyson School of Design Engineering to open at Imperial
Dyson School of Design Engineering to open at Imperial
Event - Arts and Design
23.03.2015
One World Week 2015 a great success: the week in tweets and images
One World Week 2015 a great success: the week in tweets and images
History/Archeology - Life Sciences
21.03.2015
Poisons, plants and Palaeolithic hunters
Dozens of common plants are toxic.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
20.03.2015
£1.4m award for research into childhood congenital heart disease
Professor Massimo Caputo in the School of Clinical Sciences has been awarded £1.4 million by the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust to investigate the use of stem cell therapy for the repair of congenital heart abnormalities in very young children.
Mathematics - Physics/Materials Science
20.03.2015
Solving the world's hardest unsolved maths problems
Mathematicians at the Universities of Nottingham and Oxford have won one of the largest ever pure maths research grants awarded in the EU — £2.3m to work on solutions of some of the most famous unsolved maths problems. The Millennium problems are seven mathematical questions which were chosen by a committee of world-leading mathematicians and proposed by the Clay Mathematics Institute in the United States in the year 2000.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering
20.03.2015
Chancellor officially opens National Graphene Institute
Chancellor officially opens National Graphene Institute
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.03.2015
Building Resilience, Creating Connections
Building Resilience, Creating Connections
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.03.2015
Lancaster University helps to develop an ‘Ebola-proof' tablet device
Lancaster University helps to develop an ‘Ebola-proof’ tablet device
A Lancaster University designer has helped create the software for a tablet device which supports medics treating patients with Ebola. The device can be washed in chlorine solution, and can be used wearing gloves and in adverse weather conditions and high humidity. It comes after Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), a charity which delivers emergency medical aid, called for an Ebola-proof tablet to help teams record patient information.
Administration/Government
20.03.2015
Comment: The Liberal Democrats’ local foundations are crumbling
Katharine Dommett, Research Fellow in British Governance and Politics at University of Sheffield, says the decline of political party membership has major consequences for campaigning.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
20.03.2015
'Extreme sleepover #15' - keeping the lights on in rural Uganda
Stephanie Hirmer travelled to Moyo in northern Uganda to ask which possessions the villagers most value and why.
Literature/Linguistics - Event
20.03.2015
Opening of Bodleian's Weston Library
On 21 March 2015 the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries will celebrate the completion of the Weston Library following an £80m transformation designed to create a 21st-century library where sch
Physics/Materials Science - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
20.03.2015
Research into plasmonics receives £4.8 million boost
Research into plasmonics receives £4.8 million boost
Researchers will explore how to unlock the potential of a technology known as plasmonics with a new £4.8 million grant, announced this week.
Arts and Design
20.03.2015
A music lesson by royal appointment
Astronomy
20.03.2015
Eclipse LIVE
Eclipse LIVE
A spectacular eclipse was witnessed by millions of people in the UK as Stargazing LIVE broadcast a special edition of the show from Jodrell Bank.
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
20.03.2015
Lack of government data-sharing hindering social mobility research
Lack of government data-sharing hindering social mobility research
Better sharing of routinely collected data could accelerate progress towards improving social mobility and reducing child poverty, as well as generate significant financial savings, according to a new UCL report published today.
Environmental Sciences - Administration/Government
20.03.2015
Oxford and UK Govt to lead research to improve global water supply
A global research project led by the University of Oxford and backed by the British Government will help hundreds of millions of people in Africa and South Asia to have reliable access to water.
Physics/Materials Science
20.03.2015
Lancaster to help plug photonics skills gap thanks to €4 million grant
Lancaster to help plug photonics skills gap thanks to €4 million grant
Lancaster University is helping to produce a new generation of photonics experts thanks to a grant of 4 million euros for a new training network.
Social Sciences - Law/Forensics
20.03.2015
Comment: How should we remember violence? Lessons from the Tokyo sarin attack
Dr Mark Pendleton, Lecturer in Japanese Studies at the University of Sheffield comments on lessons learnt from the Tokyo sarin attack 20 years on.
Business/Economics - History/Archeology
20.03.2015
How we fell in love with shopping
An exhibition of 'treasured possessions' from the 15th to the 18th centuries reveals how we first fell in love with shopping, and takes us back to an age when our belongings were made by hand and passed down through the generations.
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.03.2015
Life-saving treatments learnt from war being missed
Trauma is responsible for more global deaths annually than HIV, malaria and tuberculosis combined.
Event
19.03.2015
Sheffield MP voted ‘Inspiring Leader' at Guardian University Awards 2015
Sheffield MP voted ‘Inspiring Leader’ at Guardian University Awards 2015
Astronomy
19.03.2015
How to watch Friday’s eclipse
Life Sciences - Chemistry
19.03.2015
Sir Venki Ramakrishnan confirmed as President Elect of the Royal Society
Nobel laureate Sir Venkatraman (Venki) Ramakrishnan has been confirmed as President Elect of the Royal Society.
Medicine/Pharmacology
19.03.2015
EBI Fellow awarded Stroke Association Lectureship
Pedagogy/Education Science
19.03.2015
Analysis: Can a 2% pay rise motivate top teachers?
Analysis: Can a 2% pay rise motivate top teachers?
Analysis: Can a 2% pay rise motivate top teachers? By Peter Dolton , Professor of Economics at the University of Sussex The secretary of state for education, Nicky Morgan, has accepted rec
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
19.03.2015
Advanced Propulsion Centre to create Power Electronics Spoke at The University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham has been selected to host the Power Electronics ‘Spoke' for the UK's Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC).
Literature/Linguistics
19.03.2015
Collection highlights JRR Tolkien’s time at the University of Leeds
A collection of letters, poems and prose by The Hobbit creator JRR Tolkien has been acquired by the University of Leeds, where he taught in the 1920s.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
19.03.2015
More than a third of 12-year-olds embarrassed to smile because of their teeth
More than a third of 12-year-olds embarrassed to smile because of their teeth
More than a third (35%) of 12-year-olds and 28% of 15-year-olds say they have been embarrassed to smile or laugh due to how they felt about their teeth, finds a new UCL-led report commissioned by the Health and Social Care Information Centre. The new report, Attitudes, Behaviours and Children's Dental Health, reveals for the first time how children aged 12 and 15 feel about their dental health.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
19.03.2015
Sussex sociologist advises government inquiry on access to medical technologies
Sussex sociologist advises government inquiry on access to medical technologies
Sussex sociologist advises government inquiry on access to medical technologies The Welsh government is appraising options for the commissioning and evaluation of medical devices for NHS Wales, following an inquiry that involved a Sussex sociologist as Expert Advisor.
Business/Economics - Mathematics
19.03.2015
Lancaster experts to lead new drive to unlock airport capacity and tackle congestion
A major £2.8 million project is to find ways to address the UK's airport congestion - without relying solely on new airport building and expansion.
Event
19.03.2015
University online course wins national award
University online course wins national award
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.03.2015
Breast implants could become safer thanks to cell-friendly surface
Breast implants could become safer thanks to cell-friendly surface
Scientists at The University of Manchester have created an enhanced surface for silicone breast implants which could reduce complications and make them less likely to be rejected by the body. Scientists at The University of Manchester have created an enhanced surface for silicone breast implants which could reduce complications and make them less likely to be rejected by the body.
Administration/Government
19.03.2015
A good budget for UK research, says UCL President & Provost
A good budget for UK research, says UCL President & Provost
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
19.03.2015
Chancellor’s £20m to use cities’ data to improve healthcare
The Northern Health Science Alliance of leading northern universities, including The University of Manchester; teaching hospitals and Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) will set up the world's
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
19.03.2015
Chemical advance supports treatment Alzheimer's disease
Chemical advance supports treatment Alzheimer’s disease
Researchers at the University of Liverpool and Victoria University of Wellington have made a significant step forward in the search for a treatment for Alzheimer's disease.† The research teams have discovered a novel way to create sugar-based molecules for controlling the process that leads to proteins, called amyloid plaques, building up in the brain.
Business/Economics - Environmental Sciences
19.03.2015
Economists count true business costs of climate change
Businesses must consider the true financial costs of climate change in order to better prepare for the future, according to the authors of a new climate change adaptation report prepared for one of the country's largest social housing providers.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Business/Economics
19.03.2015
Warwick named as Electrical Energy Storage Spoke in £1 billion Advanced Propulsion Centre
The University of Warwick has today, Wednesday 18th March 2015, been named as the "Electrical Energy Storage Spoke" of the government and industry funded £1 billion Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), to co-ordinate a technical community with a shared interest in battery systems.
Pedagogy/Education Science - Careers/Employment
19.03.2015
Scientist becomes 60,000th Fellow of HEA
Scientist becomes 60,000th Fellow of HEA
Sussex scientist becomes 60,000th Fellow of HEA A Sussex scientist has become the 60,000th Fellow of the Higher Education Academy ( HEA ), the national body for enhancing learning and teaching in higher education.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
19.03.2015
King's team wins Guardian prize for work in Sierra Leone
Life Sciences - Event
19.03.2015
King's scientists win two Wellcome Image Awards
Captured by scientists at King's, images of a brain astrocyte cell and bundles of nerve fibres inside a human brain have been selected as two of the Wellcome Image Awards 2015 winning images.
Physics/Materials Science
18.03.2015
Work and play at Bristol’s Festival of Postgraduate Research
Event
18.03.2015
Honorary doctorate for Professor
Honorary doctorate for Professor
Medicine/Pharmacology - Chemistry
18.03.2015
There's a revolution brewing in the technology kitchen…
There’s a revolution brewing in the technology kitchen…
Imagine technology that is good enough to wear and safe enough to eat! Technology innovation specialists at Lancaster University are working on a project to design a range of wide-reaching sensing devices for people suffering with anxiety.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
18.03.2015
Should breast implants come with a health warning?
Newspaper reports suggest that France may be considering health warnings - or even an outright ban - on breast implants, following a cancer scare. Should women be concerned? Dr Suzanne Turner from the Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, looks at the truth behind the headlines. It's becoming clear that having breast implants is not itself without risk, but the associated cancer risk is still extremely small Suzanne Turner "Breast implants to carry cancer warning" read the headline of an article on the MailOnline website today.
Physics/Materials Science - Chemistry
18.03.2015
Triffids win the day in science photography competition
Professor Paul May in the School of Chemistry has won the overall prize in a national science photography competition organised by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) with an image of a diamond-coated forest of carbon nanotubes that can act as miniature electron emitters.
History/Archeology
18.03.2015
Vice-Chancellor to become President of New York University in 2016
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
18.03.2015
The world’s most polluting coal plants are identified
New research from the Stranded Assets Programme at the University of Oxford's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment has identified the least efficient coal-fired power stations in the world.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
18.03.2015
Government commits £60m to energy research at Midlands universities
The Government has today (18 th March) confirmed £60million for a new energy research project in the Midlands.
Business/Economics
18.03.2015
University backs Leeds 2023 European Capital of Culture bid
The University is backing a bid for Leeds to be the 2023 European Capital of Culture. The city will have to declare its intention to bid by December 2016, with the successful city announced in 2018.
Business/Economics - Study of Religions
18.03.2015
The economic roots of independence movements
Ivan Rajic's interest in the economic roots of independence movements is based on his personal experience of growing up in Belgrade.
Administration/Government
18.03.2015
Budget reaction: Postgraduate loans and funding for apprenticeships
Social Sciences
18.03.2015
UK firm set to help ignite China's green revolution
UK firm set to help ignite China’s green revolution
A UK energy and environmental consultancy is preparing to help China's shift to greener technologies and is set for growth after agreeing a partnership with a major Chinese organisation.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Pedagogy/Education Science
18.03.2015
£20m ’big picture’ data catalyst to unlock medical innovations of the future
£20 million Connected Health Cities programme will transform healthcare in the north of England using data-intensive information.
Event - Arts and Design
18.03.2015
Edgbaston candidates to set out their stalls at University hustings
Business/Economics - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
18.03.2015
Warwick one of six Midlands universities in Chancellor’s announcement of £60 million for energy research
Warwick one of six Midlands universities in Chancellor's announcement of £60 million for energy research Funding will see a step change in energy research in critical areas such as thermal energy and energy storage.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Agronomy/Food Science
18.03.2015
'Tobacco policies teach us how to tackle obesity'
Poor diet is the number one risk factor for disease in the UK that could be improved with some lifestyle changes.
Arts and Design - History/Archeology
18.03.2015
Music in the tree of life
Modern scientific methods for mapping the evolution of species are being applied to centuries-old hand-copied music, providing new inspiration for how it is performed.
Business/Economics
18.03.2015
Use the budget to help universities build the UK economy and drive the northern powerhouse
Today's budget is expected to include an announcement around the 'northern powerhouse', including devolution of power to cities and more investment in transport infrastructure.
Law/Forensics
18.03.2015
How much is riding on having ’nothing to hide’?
We live in an age of near-total surveillance.
History/Archeology
18.03.2015
Isaac Newton revealed as designer of Queen Anne's 'political' coronation medal
An Oxford University English researcher has discovered that a 'highly political' medal issued to mark Queen Anne's coronation was designed by Isaac Newton. Oxford postgraduate student Joseph Hone, who works on the Stuart Successions Project run by Exeter University and Oxford University, discovered a manuscript in the National Archives in Kew with sketches and notes by Newton, who was Master of the Mint when Anne was crowned in 1702.
Event - Business/Economics
18.03.2015
BooHoo.com co-founder opens Manchester’s Dragons Den
Arts and Design
18.03.2015
Science Museum show linking old and new photographs opens this week
Science Museum show linking old and new photographs opens this week
Science Museum show linking old and new photographs opens this week Early science photos will be displayed alongside the modern and contemporary art photography they inspired at an exhibition opening this week in the Science Museum , co-curated by a Sussex academic.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Agronomy/Food Science
18.03.2015
Healthy diet lowers risk of heart disease by a third
Men and women who adapt their daily diet to meet current UK dietary guidelines could reduce their risk of a heart attack or a stroke by up to a third, according to a new study by King's College London.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Computer Science/Telecom
18.03.2015
Postcard: Dr Louise Dennis visits Delft to explore mental models for autonomous systems
Postcard: Dr Louise Dennis visits Delft to explore mental models for autonomous systems
By Dr Louise Dennis in the University's Department of Computer Science : "I have been visiting Technische Universiteit Delft in the Netherlands to discuss my work with Koen Hindriks and Birna van Riemsdijk who are part of their Intelligent Systems group.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
18.03.2015
Shape-shifting animals reveal secrets of why energy use changes during growth
Shape-shifting animals reveal secrets of why energy use changes during growth
Scientists at the University of Liverpool and Queen Mary University, London, have shown that changes in body shape in 'skin-breathing' aquatic animals could explain why animals use energy more slowly as they grow.† Energy sustains life, but for more than 80 years scientists have tried to work out why animals often use it more slowly as they grow.††† Many animals use energy at the same rate per gram of body weight during certain periods, es
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
17.03.2015
Decline in the number of males involved in reproduction during the period of global growth
Most surprisingly to us, we detected another, male-specific, bottleneck during the period of global growth Toomas Kivisild In a study published recently in Genome Research , scientist
Pedagogy/Education Science
17.03.2015
Family stability, not family structure, is key to education success, says Sussex study
Family stability, not family structure, is key to education success, says Sussex study
Family stability, not family structure, is key to education success, says Sussex study Young people in stable lone-parent households are just as likely to stay in education as their counterparts in stable married families, a new University of Sussex–led study has revealed.
Arts and Design
17.03.2015
East meets West and music meets science: two major ERC grants in the Arts
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
17.03.2015
Dementia expert pays tribute to Terry Pratchett
Dementia expert pays tribute to Terry Pratchett
Dementia expert pays tribute to Terry Pratchett An expert on Alzheimer's disease whose research team benefited from a major donation by Terry Pratchett has praised the author's contribution to raising awareness of the disease. The writer of the Discworld novels died on Thursday (12 March), seven years after revealing he had a rare form of dementia.
Pedagogy/Education Science
17.03.2015
Helping the bright disadvantaged to achieve
Bright but disadvantaged students are far less likely to take the subjects favoured by Russell Group universities than their more advantaged counterparts, according Oxford University research.
Astronomy
17.03.2015
Eclipse will be STAR of the show
Eclipse will be STAR of the show
Star gazing LIVE comes to Jodrell Bank for the fifth time and this year is extra special as there will be a live broadcast of the solar eclipse. The programmes will be broadcast live from the Observatory Control Room and the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre as usual, with Professor Brian Cox and comedian Dara O Briain presenting.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
17.03.2015
Imperial's early career researchers wow politicians at Westminster
Imperial’s early career researchers wow politicians at Westminster
The College put in its finest ever performance at the highly competitive SET for Britain poster competition final at Westminster on Monday 9 March.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Business/Economics
17.03.2015
Ratan Tata & Cyrus Mistry unveil Foundation Stone of £150 million National Automotive Innovation Centre
On Tuesday 17th Mr Ratan N. Tata (Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons), Cyrus P. Mistry (Chairman of Tata Sons) met with Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya the Chairman and Founder of WMG at t
Medicine/Pharmacology - Law/Forensics
17.03.2015
General Election 2015 – Durham University expertise
General Election 2015 – Durham University expertise
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Medicine/Pharmacology
17.03.2015
Author Will Self visits Sussex to discuss the unfinished
Author Will Self visits Sussex to discuss the unfinished
Author Will Self visits Sussex to discuss the unfinished Acclaimed author and journalist Will Self discussed his work, his thoughts on insanity and the gloomy future of the novel as part of a ne
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
17.03.2015
Clinical trial to assess effectiveness of urological tests in men
For the first time ever, a major new clinical trial, led by the Bristol Urological Institute at Southmead Hospital Bristol, aims to assess the clinical and cost effectiveness of urological tests in men who have difficulty passing urine.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
17.03.2015
Training Africa’s next generation of scientists
The University of Glasgow has secured £334,000 to help train the next generation of African scientists.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Physics/Materials Science
17.03.2015
Bristol academics receive Wolfson Research Merit Awards
Professor Jonathan Bamber in the School of Geographical Sciences and Professor Martin Kuball in the School of Physics have both received the award for their research projects.
Business/Economics
17.03.2015
BMEc academic recognised for achievements
BMEc academic recognised for achievements
Literature/Linguistics
17.03.2015
One World Week kicks off with Kazakh, Chinese and Cuban dancing
One World Week kicks off with Kazakh, Chinese and Cuban dancing
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Environmental Sciences
17.03.2015
How will eclipse hit Europe's electricity grids?
Oxford University scientists are looking to predict how the partial solar eclipse of 20 March 2015 will affect electricity grids.
Physics/Materials Science - Medicine/Pharmacology
17.03.2015
Physicists getting closer to reading the inside of stars
Physicists getting closer to reading the inside of stars
University of Liverpool Physicists are part of an international project that is one step closer to being able to read the inside of stars and discover new elements that exist for only a trillionth of a trillionth of a second inside exploding supernovae.
Social Sciences
17.03.2015
Watching you watching Bentham: The PanoptiCam
Watching you watching Bentham: The PanoptiCam
This month sees the launch of PanoptiCam, an online camera that streams the live view from Jeremy Bentham's auto-icon in the South Cloisters.
Literature/Linguistics - Pedagogy/Education Science
17.03.2015
King's chosen to train English Language teachers in bid to help Peru become bilingual by 2025
17.03.2015
Dame Barbara Monroe presents seminar to a packed audience
Administration/Government - Computer Science/Telecom
16.03.2015
Bristol Is Open announces its first partnerships
Bristol took a bold step today towards becoming the world's first Open Programmable City with the launch of Bristol Is Open, a joint venture set up between the University of Bristol and Bristol City Council.
Environmental Sciences - Earth Sciences
16.03.2015
Warm ocean water is making Antarctic glacier vulnerable to significant melting
Warm ocean water is making Antarctic glacier vulnerable to significant melting
A valley underneath East Antarctica's most rapidly-changing glacier delivers warm water to the base of the ice, causing significant melting.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
16.03.2015
Scientists launch exhibition exploring the human eye
Scientists launch exhibition exploring the human eye
The University of Liverpool and St Paul's Eye Unit will lead an exhibition exploring the human eye at Liverpool Town Hall.
Media Sciences/Political Sciences - Life Sciences
16.03.2015
TEDx University of Birmingham - The Road Less Travelled
TEDx University of Birmingham returns for the second year running to celebrate research successes and ideas worth spreading.
Physics/Materials Science - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
16.03.2015
Real-time holographic displays one step closer to reality
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have designed a new type of pixel element and demonstrated its unique switching capability, which could make three-dimensional holographic displays possible.
Business/Economics
16.03.2015
Lancaster plays host to battle of top young business brains
Lancaster plays host to battle of top young business brains
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
16.03.2015
New mental health resource puts the power in your pocket
A new app and educational programme designed to help young people manage mental health problems is being launched today (17 March) at an event at St Stephens High School in Port Glasgow.
Social Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
16.03.2015
British society among the most harmful to its citizens, says research
Liberal societies such as the UK, US and Australia are among the most harmful to their citizens, according to new research from the University of Birmingham.
Astronomy
16.03.2015
Eclipse education event at University of Glasgow
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
16.03.2015
How far has London come as An Age Friendly City?
London has become more adapted to an ageing population in the last seven years, but there is still some way to go before the city can be called ‘age friendly', say researchers from King's College London in a report published today.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
16.03.2015
World View: Cultural heritage and rapid urbanisation in India
World View: Cultural heritage and rapid urbanisation in India
"Spending time in Delhi is always fun. It is increasingly astonishing to witness the speed at which the city continues to grow and change.
Environmental Sciences - Business/Economics
16.03.2015
Birmingham says global demand for ’cold’ should be taken seriously with launch of new Policy Commission
The University of Birmingham announces today (16 March 2015) the launch of a new policy commission entitled ‘ Doing Cold Smarter' .
Social Sciences
13.03.2015
Sussex academic made Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
Sussex academic made Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
Computer Science/Telecom
13.03.2015
In memory of Georg Zšnker
In memory of Georg Zänker
Event - Pedagogy/Education Science
13.03.2015
Jenny Higham wins NTU's highest teaching award
Jenny Higham wins NTU’s highest teaching award
Event - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
13.03.2015
Power boosting technology to light up national science fair
Power boosting technology to light up national science fair
A ground-breaking innovation that could make electricity pylons smaller while boosting our power supply will be showcased by The University of Manchester to thousands of aspiring engineers and scientists.
Business/Economics
13.03.2015
University-backed Business Improvement District (BID) given go ahead by Sheffield businesses
Administration/Government - Computer Science/Telecom
13.03.2015
Government minister visits SINc to learn about the digital sector
Government minister visits SINc to learn about the digital sector
Government minister visits SINc to learn about the digital sector Culture Minister Ed Vaizey MP visited the Sussex Innovation Centre (SInC) on campus this week as part of a whistle-stop tour to learn about the success of the digital sector in Brighton and Hove.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
13.03.2015
Celebrating science as part of British Science Week 2015
The University of Manchester is proud to be supporting British Science Week (13 to 22 March), a ten-day programme of science, technology, engineering and maths events and activities across the UK for people of all ages.
Event - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
13.03.2015
Science festival going "all out" for 10th anniversary
Event
13.03.2015
Three landmark agreements enhance relationships with Mexico
Three landmark agreements enhance relationships with Mexico
Arts and Design - Administration/Government
13.03.2015
’Grand and enlightened partnerships’ needed for arts and culture to flourish, says BBC Radio 3 Controller
A 'grand and enlightened partnership' that benefits everyone and leads to real impact is the way ahead for universities, cultural organisations and great cities like Birmingham, Alan Davey said yesterday.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
13.03.2015
What difference Bristol’s elected mayor has made to the city
Having a directly elected mayor in Bristol has led to a dramatic increase in the visibility of leadership in the city, according to the latest results from a 'before and after' study of the impact the role has had on urban governance.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
13.03.2015
Sir Terry Pratchett - a vigorous campaigner for dementia research
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
13.03.2015
The Policy Institute at King's appoints three new Visiting Professors
The Policy Institute at King's is delighted to announce the appointment of three new Visiting Professors.
Environmental Sciences - Chemistry
12.03.2015
Comment: Why are cacti so juicy? The secret strategy of succulents
Daniel Wood, PhD student in Plant Biology at the University of Sheffield, comments on photosynthesis and how certain plants have an advantage in dry desert conditions.
History/Archeology - Literature/Linguistics
12.03.2015
Tickets now on sale for Magna Carta Durham exhibition
Tickets now on sale for Magna Carta Durham exhibition
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
12.03.2015
Bank of England Governor praises University’s world-leading Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
The Governor of the Bank of England hailed the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre as a prime example of the city's continuing spirit of hard work and innovation during a visit today (Thursday 12 March 2015).
Medicine/Pharmacology
12.03.2015
Major report on powdered cocaine use launched
The Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) has today (12 March) published a major report on powdered cocaine and its impact on British society which was authored by a group led by a University of Manchester academic. The report, that draws from a variety of sources of information and research, found cocaine use has spread throughout society since the mid-1990s but that consumption has been on a general downwards trend since 2009.
Medicine/Pharmacology
12.03.2015
New website aims to improve understanding of chronic kidney disease
A new website is launched today that will help bridge the communication gap between healthcare professionals and patients diagnosed with mild chronic kidney disease (CKD) after research revealed a disparity between what GP's explain and what patients understand about the condition. The resource has been developed by University of Bristol academics.
Computer Science/Telecom
12.03.2015
Lancaster University ‘Make it Digital’ with the BBC
Lancaster University computer scientists are at the forefront of a UK-wide BBC initiative launched today to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, programming and digital technology.
Arts and Design - Psychology
12.03.2015
Listen to the stars at the Arts & Science Showcase
Have you ever seen animal-shaped clouds in the sky? Or faces in nature? Ever wondered if you can listen to music created by the stars? The University of Birmingham's Arts and Science Festival returns
Administration/Government
12.03.2015
Comment: Lib Dems will struggle to seize the agenda at spring conference
Katharine Dommett, Research Fellow in British Governance and Politics at University of Sheffield, says that cultivating a distinctive message at this weekend's conference will be challenging for the Liberal Democrats.
Arts and Design
12.03.2015
Researchers and musicians come together to explore noise and silence
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
12.03.2015
The Personal Health Budget: personalised healthcare or the end of the NHS?
The Personal Health Budget: personalised healthcare or the end of the NHS?
Personal Health Budgets (PHBs), which are being introduced as a new and innovative way of allocating NHS funds to patients, represent the privatisation of the National Health Service, according to research by the University of Liverpool.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
12.03.2015
Sharon Peacock CBE appointed Director of the Bloomsbury Research Institute
Professor Sharon Peacock has been appointed as the first Director of the Bloomsbury Research Institute, a partnership between the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and UCL dedicated to addressing the global challenge of infectious disease.
Careers/Employment - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
12.03.2015
University expands apprenticeship programme
University apprentices joined skills minister Matthew Hancock MP and local MP Nicola Blackwood to launch the expanded apprenticeship programme.
Arts and Design
12.03.2015
Simon Halsey awarded Queen’s Medal for Music
Business/Economics
12.03.2015
New transitional appointments to the Senior Management Team
New transitional appointments to the Senior Management Team
Event - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
12.03.2015
Boeing sponsors first UK University-led Apprentice of the Year awards
Environmental Sciences - Physics/Materials Science
12.03.2015
Manchester climate instruments take a ride on NASA's Global Hawk
Manchester climate instruments take a ride on NASA’s Global Hawk
A cutting-edge science instrument developed by University of Manchester researchers took to the skies aboard NASA's Global Hawk research aircraft for the first time.
Pedagogy/Education Science - Life Sciences
12.03.2015
Families with a difference: the reality behind the hype
Families come in many guises. Some parents are same-sex; others are single by choice.
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
12.03.2015
Durham cements position as a world top 100 university
Durham cements position as a world top 100 university
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Literature/Linguistics
12.03.2015
Linguistically diverse city opens its language barriers
Linguistically diverse city opens its language barriers
Manchester – one of the most linguistically diverse cities in Europe – is getting a unique new service aimed at helping to break down language barriers and integrate local communities.
Environmental Sciences
12.03.2015
Could 2015 chart a new course for climate change?
Administration/Government
12.03.2015
King's rises in Times Higher Education Reputation rankings
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
12.03.2015
When should blood transfusions be given after cardiac surgery?
New research led by the University of Bristol has shown that patients having heart surgery do not benefit if doctors wait until a patient has become substantially anaemic before giving a blood transfusion. In the UK, about half of all patients having cardiac surgery are given a red blood cell transfusion after the operation, using up to ten per cent of the nation's blood supply.
Earth Sciences - Environmental Sciences
11.03.2015
Epoch-defining study pinpoints when humans came to dominate planet Earth
The human-dominated geological epoch known as the Anthropocene probably began around the year 1610, according to new research published today in Nature.
Event - Chemistry
11.03.2015
Oxford Chemist wins global women in science award
Administration/Government - Pedagogy/Education Science
11.03.2015
’Reform teacher training in Wales’, says report
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
11.03.2015
What holds doctors and nurses back from volunteering to fight Ebola in Africa?
What holds doctors and nurses back from volunteering to fight Ebola in Africa?
Scientists at the University of Liverpool's Institute of Infection and Global Health have shown that there is a need for a single source of information about volunteering in West Africa in order to e
Astronomy
11.03.2015
Explore galaxies far, far away at University of Sussex
Explore galaxies far, far away at University of Sussex
Life Sciences - Literature/Linguistics
11.03.2015
Out of their minds: Nottingham research used in thrilling ride that adapts to riders' brain activity
Thrill seekers brave enough to test drive a new mixed-reality ride will only have themselves to blame if they find it a little too wild for their taste. The new ride — Neurosis — has been developed by technology-inspired performance artist Professor Brendan Walker , a principal research fellow in the University's School of Computer Science, dubbed the ‘world's only Thrill Engineer'.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
11.03.2015
Fossil skull sheds new light on transition from water to land
The first 3D reconstruction of the skull of a 360 million-year-old near-ancestor of land vertebrates has been created by scientists from the Universities of Bristol and Cambridge. The 3D skull, which differs from earlier 2D reconstructions, suggests such creatures, which lived their lives primarily in shallow water environments, were more like modern crocodiles than previously thought.
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
11.03.2015
The most deprived areas have borne the brunt of local government budget cuts
Research published today by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation shows that the most deprived areas of England have seen the largest cuts in funding since 2010.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
11.03.2015
Healthcare at the touch of a finger
This technology can ensure that even the poorest have the right to an identify within health systems.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
11.03.2015
New Ebola treatment trial starts in Sierra Leone
A clinical trial of a potential Ebola therapy, led by Oxford University, has got under way in Sierra Leone.
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
11.03.2015
From 'Made in China' to 'Designed in China': new copyright research centre opens in Ningbo
As China's economic focus continues to shift from manufacturing to design, a new research centre examining Chinese digital copyright launched at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) on Friday 6 March 2015.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
11.03.2015
Voices in people's heads more complex than previously thought
Voices in people’s heads more complex than previously thought
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. Voices in people's heads more complex than previously thought Voices in people's heads are far more varied and complex than previously thought, according to new research by Durham and Stanford universities, published in The Lancet Psychiatry today.
Chemistry - Environmental Sciences
11.03.2015
Pollution busting flags could bring breath of fresh air for petrol stations
Pollution busting flags could bring breath of fresh air for petrol stations
Specially treated material removes harmful nitrogen oxide from the atmosphere. Leading forecourt operators interested in benefits of catalytic flags and banners.
Medicine/Pharmacology
11.03.2015
Launch of breathelondon.org
A new public health website where people can plot low pollution routes to work has been created by air quality experts at King's College London.
 
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