New research involving dairy experts at the University of Nottingham suggests that more intensive agriculture might be the ‘least bad' option for feeding the world, while saving its species
Children living in greener urban neighbourhoods may have better spatial working memory, according to new research by UCL Institute of Education (IOE).
New findings suggest that more intensive agriculture might be the "least bad" option for feeding the world while saving its species - provided use of such "land-efficient" systems prevents further conversion of wilderness to farmland.
Diseases such as cancer, heart disease and stroke are deadlier in the developing world than in rich nations.
Sir Kirby Laing Professorship of Civil Engineering University of Cambridge
Lecturer or Associate Professor in Structures University of Leeds
Assistant Professor in Digital Technology and Architecture University of Nottingham
Last job offers
- Psychology - 20.9
Professor of Psychology
- Business/Economics - 19.9
Associate Professorship in Finance
- - 18.9
- Life Sciences - 18.9
Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology
- Law/Forensics - 18.9
Associate Professorship in Criminology
- Politics - 18.9
Edward Orsborn Professor of US Politics and Political History, and Director of the Rothermere American Institute
- Politics - 17.9
Assistant Professor (Teaching) In Political Theory (SGIA19-54)
- Mathematics - 17.9
Assistant Professor (Research): Willmore Fellow In Probability