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Administration - 14.12.2018
Does Parliament hold the key to solving the Brexit treaty problem?
As Brexit negotiations rumble on with no sign of resolution, researchers have suggested that we could make future government negotiations easier by giving Parliament a larger role in treaty-making.

Administration - Computer Science / Telecom - 13.12.2018
Rise in Brexit related Hate Crime to be Focus of New Research Lab
Researchers at Cardiff University have been awarded grants totalling £1 million for the new HateLab, tasked with assessing the impact of national events on levels of hate crime and speech.

Health - Administration - 12.12.2018
$14.5m Gates Foundation grant to help improve global healthcare
A $14.5m grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will help an Imperial group improve and expand healthcare access in developing countries.

Administration - Social Sciences - 28.11.2018

Business / Economics - Administration - 26.11.2018
CREATe to lead Intellectual Property research in new UK Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has published a CREATe Report to support the Launch of the Creative Industries Clusters Programme, part of the UK Government's Industrial Strategy.

Administration - Careers / Employment - 22.11.2018

Health - Administration - 20.11.2018
Expeditions to help improve lung health in Nepal
A group of doctors and scientists from the University of Nottingham and the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre are teaming up with researchers in Nepal to tackle a major public health problem in the country - chronic lung disease.

Administration - 20.11.2018
How could multilingualism benefit India's poorest schoolchildren?
How could multilingualism benefit India’s poorest schoolchildren?
Multilingualism is the norm in India. But rather than enjoying the cognitive and learning advantages seen in multilingual children in the Global North, Indian children show low levels of learning basic school skills.

Administration - Innovation / Technology - 15.11.2018

Careers / Employment - Administration - 13.11.2018

Careers / Employment - Administration - 30.10.2018

Administration - 26.10.2018
The Great Escape from Sutton Bonington
At 1.30am on the morning of 25 September 1917, 22 military officers detained at a prisoner of war (POW) camp at Sutton Bonington escaped through a secret tunnel and dispersed into the countryside.

Health - Administration - 25.10.2018
Experts call for health system change to tackle the challenge of multimorbidity in the NHS
Experts call for health system change to tackle the challenge of multimorbidity in the NHS
25 October 2018 The number of people with multiple long-term conditions, known as multimorbidity, is rising internationally, putting increased pressure on health care systems, including the NHS.

Administration - Careers / Employment - 24.10.2018

Administration - 17.10.2018
Changing Wales
Changing Wales
The Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD) is celebrating ten years of influencing policy and debate. A collaboration of five Welsh universities (Aberystwyth, Bangor, Cardiff, South Wales and Swansea), WISERD has carried out a decade of pioneering research, providing important insights into the social and economic challenges facing Wales.

Administration - Social Sciences - 15.10.2018

Environment - Administration - 11.10.2018

Administration - 10.10.2018

Administration - 03.10.2018
Cardiff’s £7m role researching greener planet
A £7m investment in research will help Cardiff University scientists play a key role in developing cleaner, greener industrial processes.

Administration - Careers / Employment - 02.10.2018

Administration - 14.09.2018
New research suggests more than one in five children in England carry out some care for sick and disabled family members
New figures from BBC News and the University of Nottingham reveal that the extent of caring by children is much higher than had been thought, with 22% of children, who responded to a questionnaire, admitting to being young carers.

Administration - Event - 14.09.2018

Health - Administration - 12.09.2018

Innovation / Technology - Administration - 07.09.2018
Major investment into Welsh creative industries announced
Screen industries based in and around the Welsh capital are set to benefit from new research and development opportunities.

Environment - Administration - 03.09.2018
Funding to UK researchers to help communities and their river hit by illegal mining
Can a river have rights' If so, how does it claim these? These are two of the questions being addressed in a new cross Atlantic research project between academics and non-governmental organisations in the UK and Colombia.

History / Archeology - Administration - 24.08.2018

Transport - Administration - 20.08.2018
Gig economy drivers and riders at heightened risk of traffic collisions
Gig economy drivers and riders at heightened risk of traffic collisions
The pressures that come with being a self-employed courier or taxi driver may significantly increase the risk of being involved in a collision, a new report by UCL finds. The majority of those surveyed - 63 per cent - are not provided with safety training on managing risks on the road. Sixty-five per cent said that they are not given any safety equipment such as a high visibility vest and over 70 per cent resort to providing their own.

Careers / Employment - Administration - 15.08.2018

Careers / Employment - Administration - 15.08.2018

Administration - Health - 15.08.2018

Administration - Careers / Employment - 15.08.2018

Administration - Health - 14.08.2018
Tobacco content still common on UK prime time TV, despite regulations
PA 172/18 Tobacco content remains common on UK prime time TV, occurring in a third of all programmes, despite advertising and broadcasting regulations designed to protect children from this kind of exposure, a study led by The University of Nottingham has revealed.

Careers / Employment - Administration - 09.08.2018

Innovation / Technology - Administration - 06.08.2018
The 'brain' that's helping reduce carbon emissions
The ’brain’ that’s helping reduce carbon emissions
From their base halfway across the globe in Singapore, Cambridge researchers are working with colleagues from around the world to reduce carbon emissions in industry.

Administration - 27.07.2018

Innovation / Technology - Administration - 25.07.2018
£10m to widen accessibility of assistive technology
The Global Disability Innovation (GDI) Hub has been awarded £10m from the Department for International Development (DfiD) to widen access to assistive technology for disabled people.

Administration - Agronomy / Food Science - 24.07.2018
The clock is ticking for UK food security unless a deal is done, says new report
A careless Brexit poses significant risks to food flows into and out of the UK, say experts.

Administration - Business / Economics - 24.07.2018
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