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Chemistry
17:00
New £500,000 lab to train tomorrow’s chemists
A high-tech science hub dedicated to training world leaders in catalysis has opened its doors to students from the Universities of Bristol and Bath.
Medicine/Pharmacology
15:01
Mindfulness-based therapy may offer alternative to antidepressants
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) could provide an alternative non-drug treatment for people who do not wish to continue long-term antidepressant treatment, research led by Oxford University scientists suggests. The results, published in The Lancet , come from the first ever large study to compare MBCT - structured training for the mind and body which aims to change the way people think and feel about their experiences - with maintenance antidepressant medication for reducing the risk of relapse in depression.
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
14:00
Eight Chinese and UK businesses sign international R&D agreements at Lancaster University
Eight Chinese and UK businesses sign international R&D agreements at Lancaster University
Business/Economics
10:00
Aviation could take to the seas to ease pressure on airports, suggests study
Aviation could take to the seas to ease pressure on airports, suggests study
Futuristic trans-Atlantic seaplanes could be the answer to growing pressure on commercial airlines, according to research by Imperial engineers. The world is experiencing growth in global air traffic and in order to cater for the growing market, the aviation industry is seeking to expand major airports, allowing for the development of bigger, faster, and more efficient aircraft.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
20.04.2015
Listen to your heart: why your brain may give away how well you know yourself
"Listen to your heart," sang Swedish pop group Roxette in the late Eighties. But not everyone is able to tune into their heartbeat, according to an international team of researchers - and half of us underor over-estimate our ability.
Social Sciences
20.04.2015
New film sheds light on food insecurity in the UK
The University has produced the film alongside work it is doing with charities to combat the problem.
Administration/Government
20.04.2015
University School is ’top’ of its class
History/Archeology
20.04.2015
Winning the ethnic minority vote could determine who takes Number 10
New Race and Elections report includes contributions from Dr Rob Ford, Professor Anthony Heath, Dr Maria Sobolewska and Stephen Ashe Increasing their party's appeal to ethnic minority voters could
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
20.04.2015
Protecting our rights to privacy and digital dignity
How many of us read the terms and conditions when signing up to a social media account or ing a new app?
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.04.2015
Bioglass expert celebrates international honour and chats about his research
Bioglass expert celebrates international honour and chats about his research
An Imperial academic, recognised internationally this month, talks about how a material, similar to window glass, has the healing touch.
Law/Forensics - Administration/Government
20.04.2015
Decades after the civil war, wives of missing men in Lebanon continue to suffer - report
The wives of the missing and disappeared in Lebanon continue to suffer serious social, psychological, legal and financial effects on their lives and the lives of their children, says a new report by
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
20.04.2015
Grey squirrels' role as hosts of Lyme disease bacteria under the spotlight
Grey squirrels’ role as hosts of Lyme disease bacteria under the spotlight
Grey squirrels have been described as one of the ‘world's worst invasive species' and have caused a decline in indigenous red squirrel populations and damaged forestry in the UK.
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
20.04.2015
Analysis: What would immigration look like under a progressive coalition?
Analysis: What would immigration look like under a progressive coalition? By Erica Consterdine , Research Student in the Sussex Centre for Migration Studies at the University of Sussex O
Event - Social Sciences
20.04.2015
University of Birmingham to host a series of General Election debates
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
20.04.2015
University of Birmingham expands online postgraduate degree offerings in Business and Public Administration
Business/Economics - Earth Sciences
20.04.2015
Comment: Hong Kong-based property buyers look to northern England as London overheats
Professor Rowland Atkinson, Chair in Inclusive Society at the University of Sheffield, and Hang Kei Ho, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Social and Economic Geography at Uppsala University, discuss how Hong Kong property investors are buying in the north of England.
Event
20.04.2015
University of Glasgow to Award Honorary Degree to Alex Salmond MSP
Computer Science/Telecom
20.04.2015
Technology can transfer human emotions to your palm through air, say scientists
Technology can transfer human emotions to your palm through air, say scientists
Technology can transfer human emotions to your palm through air, say scientists Human emotion can be transferred by technology that stimulates different parts of the hand without making physical with your body, a University of Sussex-led study has shown.
Business/Economics
20.04.2015
Comment: Inequality is the dog that isn’t barking in the General Election
Tony Payne and Colin Hay, co-directors of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, discuss inequality and civic capitalism in the run up to the General Election.
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.04.2015
Sepsis deaths will not be curbed without rethink of research strategy, say doctors
Sepsis deaths will not be curbed without rethink of research strategy, say doctors
Sepsis deaths will not be curbed without rethink of research strategy, say doctors Leading doctors today (Monday 20 April) warn that medical and public recognition of sepsis – thought to contr
Administration/Government
20.04.2015
Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) Scholarship launched
Life Sciences
20.04.2015
The overlooked third man
The horticulturist who came up with the concept of ‘evolution by natural selection' 27 years before Charles Darwin did should be more widely acknowledged for his contribution, states a new paper by a King's College London geneticist.
Event
17.04.2015
Lancaster’s new Engineering Building wins prestigious architectural awards
Event
17.04.2015
Children with disabilities can make competent witnesses
Children with mild levels of intellectual disability can describe their experiences as well as typically developing children of the same developmental level or mental age, research has shown.
Social Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
17.04.2015
Victorian youth re-offending rates significantly lower than today
Victorian youth re-offending rates significantly lower than today
Recidivism rates amongst Victorian young offenders were significantly lower than today, revealing the value of providing "skills and stability", say University of Liverpool researchers. The After Care project, conducted by Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology 's Professor Barry Godfrey and Dr Zoe Alker, studied the lives of 500 children passing through a range of industrial and reformatory schools in nineteenth-century England.
Literature/Linguistics - Event
17.04.2015
Sussex shortlisted for two Times Higher Education awards
Sussex shortlisted for two Times Higher Education awards
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
17.04.2015
Manifesto Check: Conservatives talk tough but bring nothing new on immigration
Dr Catherine Harris, Research Fellow in EU migration and ethnic entrepreneurship at the University of Sheffield, comments on the Conservatives' immigration policy.
Event - Medicine/Pharmacology
17.04.2015
Watch: The Three Minute Thesis!
Event - Physics/Materials Science
17.04.2015
The Whitworth wins North West Building of the Year
The Whitworth wins North West Building of the Year
The reborn Whitworth Art Gallery has been named North West Building of the Year at a top architectural award ceremony.
Business/Economics - Life Sciences
16.04.2015
Men donate competitively on women’s fundraising webpages
Event - Mathematics
16.04.2015
Education experts are first recipients of prestigious international award
Environmental Sciences - Event
16.04.2015
Lancaster tops the university league table for reducing carbon emissions
Lancaster tops the university league table for reducing carbon emissions
Lancaster University has reduced its carbon emissions by 47 per cent according to a report by Brite Green.
Administration/Government
16.04.2015
Manifesto Check: UKIP’s sums add up but should be treated with caution
UKIP's sums add up but should be treated with caution by Dr Jonathan Perraton, 16 April 2015, posted on The Conversation The UK Independence Party claims in its manifesto that it is the only party to have had its manifesto commitments independently checked for their affordability.
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
16.04.2015
Manifesto Check: on immigration, UKIP offers only confusion
Dr Catherine Harris, Research Fellow in EU migration and ethnic entrepreneurship at the University of Sheffield, comments on UKIP's immigration proposals in their manifesto.
Medicine/Pharmacology
16.04.2015
Review of Durham river safety makes recommendations
Review of Durham river safety makes recommendations
Physics/Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
16.04.2015
Engineering quantum science into quantum reality
The University of Bristol has today launched its new state-of-the-art Quantum Engineering Technology (QET) Labs.
Chemistry - Business/Economics
16.04.2015
Scientists collaborate on project to make next generation industrial filters
Scientists collaborate on project to make next generation industrial filters
Making industrial filtration technology more efficient and sustainable is the focus of a new academic partnership involving Imperial College London.
Medicine/Pharmacology - History/Archeology
16.04.2015
Victorian baby teeth could help predict future health of children today
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. Victorian baby teeth could help predict future health of children today Baby teeth from children who died during the 1845-52 Irish famine could help predict the future health of children born today, according to new research by the Universities of Durham and Bradford.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Physics/Materials Science
16.04.2015
BristolBridge: a multidisciplinary approach to tackling antimicrobial resistance
The University has been awarded almost £600,000 by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to support researchers from a wide range of disciplines in efforts to tackle antimicrobial resistance.
Medicine/Pharmacology
16.04.2015
Bristol to INSPIRE the next generation of medical researchers
Law/Forensics - History/Archeology
16.04.2015
Divorced, Bigamist, Bereaved? New research makes it easier to understand family trees
Research from the University of Warwick is set to help genealogists better understand family history by providing a fresh insight into attitudes towards divorce, bigamy and bereavement through the ages. The findings are published in a new book written by Professor Rebecca Probert from the School of Law – a leading expert on the history of marriage law in England and Wales – who has been painstakingly investigating centuries-old legal precedents, newspaper accounts, statistics and census data to shed new light on our ancestors' behaviour.
16.04.2015
Sky News on campus
Study of Religions - Social Sciences
16.04.2015
Religious activities help minorities, but not Muslims, build friendships
University of Manchester PhD researcher presents findings to British Sociological Association's annual conference today.
Business/Economics - Life Sciences
16.04.2015
Men donate competitively on women's fundraising webpages
Men donate competitively on women’s fundraising webpages
Pedagogy/Education Science
16.04.2015
Brighton's school children get new Education Centre
Brighton’s school children get new Education Centre
Social Sciences - Study of Religions
15.04.2015
Muslim women much more likely to be unemployed than white Christian women
Discrimination by employers has meant that Muslim women are much more likely to be unemployed than white Christian women even when they have the same qualifications and language abilities, new research from the University of Bristol shows.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
15.04.2015
Manifesto Check: stacking up Labour’s deficit reduction plans
Dr Jonathan Perraton from the University's Department of Economics comments on Labour's manifesto as part of The Conversation's Manifesto Check - bringing academic expertise to bear on the political parties' key election pledges.
Administration/Government
15.04.2015
Comment: Focusing on education is a dangerous strategy for the Liberal Democrats
Physics/Materials Science - Administration/Government
15.04.2015
Apprentice Nathan gains nuclear knowhow
Apprentice Nathan gains nuclear knowhow
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 - Medicine/Pharmacology
15.04.2015
Spin-out firm Clyde Biosciences secures new investment
Clyde Biosciences Ltd. (Clyde Biosciences) has announced a 2 million ‘Series A' investment led by Epidarex Capital, a leading international early-stage life science venture capital fund.
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