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Philosophy - Administration/Government
22.02.2017
Enabling children to stretch their thinking skills
Enabling children to stretch their thinking skills
Can you change the present to make the future better? This was the question generated, chosen, asked and discussed by years five and six pupils from Armathwaite Community School in the Eden Valley when they visited Lancaster University Politics, Philosophy and Religion Department.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
22.02.2017
Opinion: How years of IMF prescriptions have hurt West African health systems
Opinion: How years of IMF prescriptions have hurt West African health systems
International Monetary Fund policies can have a real impact on people - and don't always yield positive results.
Administration/Government
17.02.2017
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
16.02.2017
Durham part of new Barnardo's centre of expertise
Durham part of new Barnardo’s centre of expertise
Durham University is a partner in a new £7.5m Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse launched by the UK Home Office and led by Barnardo's.
Law/Forensics - Administration/Government
16.02.2017
Sussex Law School teams up with University of Lagos on new research network
Sussex Law School teams up with University of Lagos on new research network
Sussex Law School teams up with University of Lagos on new research network Dr Femi Amao from the Sussex Law School has been awarded a research networking grant by the Arts and Humanities Research Co
Computer Science/Telecom - Administration/Government
15.02.2017
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
15.02.2017
FDA approval for University spin-out
A Cardiff University life sciences spin-out company has set its sights on the lucrative US medical device market after successfully securing FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval for its Ultravision device.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
14.02.2017
People can 'suppress' hay fever with three years of pollen pills or injections
People can ’suppress’ hay fever with three years of pollen pills or injections
Patients blighted by hay fever could markedly reduce symptoms after a three-year course of treatment, but not after two years of treatment. Previous research has shown that a type of immunotherapy that exposes patients to increasing amounts of grass pollen over time is an effective way to reduce severe symptoms in the long term.
Literature/Linguistics - Administration/Government
14.02.2017
We need your Welsh!
Work to capture everyday words and phrases used by Welsh speakers is about to get underway with the launch of a specially designed app.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
14.02.2017
Imperial receives £7m government funding boost to drive patient safety
Imperial receives £7m government funding boost to drive patient safety
Researchers at Imperial College London have been awarded a share of a multi million pound government investment to improve the safety of patients.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
14.02.2017
Diabetes medication system
A simple device for controlling and organising diabetes medication could prevent patients from developing life-changing complications and save the NHS millions of pounds, a study by Cardiff University has shown.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
13.02.2017
Major increase in midwifery unit births since 2010
Births in midwifery units in England have trebled, up from five per cent to 14 per cent over the last six years, a new study by researchers at The University of Nottingham has shown.
Administration/Government - Politics
10.02.2017
Administration/Government
10.02.2017
New report says Welsh fiscal deal set to boost Government coffers by hundreds of millions
The Welsh Government's budget could be boosted by over £120 million a year by 2028, and £600 million over the next decade, as a result of the new Fiscal Framework agreement for Wales.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
10.02.2017
Liverpool head and neck cancer research gets £200k boost
Liverpool head and neck cancer research gets £200k boost
A research project, based out of the University, which will bring together a multidisciplinary team of cancer surgeons, medical oncologists and scientists in Liverpool, has been given the go ahead thanks to £200,000 worth of grant funding. North West Cancer Research (NWCR) has awarded funding for a three-year long project, which will look at the effectiveness of new cancer drug treatments for head and neck cancer patients.
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
09.02.2017
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
08.02.2017
Africa-Europe partnership launched to develop new AIDS vaccine
A new partnership has been formed between European and African researchers to develop an AIDS vaccine that can be used to prevent infection with different strains of HIV worldwide.
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
07.02.2017
Enriching school holidays
A national school holiday ‘Food and Fun' programme that aims to prevent children going hungry in the summer holidays is helping to reduce the impact of poverty and social deprivation according to an evaluation report by Cardiff University.
Earth Sciences - Administration/Government
06.02.2017
Unravelling mysteries of mind and matter
Two very different research projects at Cardiff University have secured EU funds to help unravel little-understood mysteries affecting our planet and the human mind.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
03.02.2017
Multi-million pound energy project gets underway in Wales
A multi-million project set to transform the UK energy sector and tackle some of the biggest challenges currently facing society is underway in Wales.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
03.02.2017
World Cancer Day - Research in Review
World Cancer Day - Research in Review
Tomorrow is World Cancer Day (WCD), which takes place every year on 4 February. Founded in 2005, WCD is one singular initiative allowing cancer charities, researchers, health care workers, businesses and governments to unite in the fight against the global cancer epidemic. Since last year's WCD we've published a number of news stories highlighting the developments in cancer-related research here at the University.
Administration/Government
02.02.2017
‘A girl without education is nothing in the world'
‘A girl without education is nothing in the world’
Half the children in Africa miss out on school and basic learning as a result of poverty, gender or disability.
Administration/Government
01.02.2017
Young people call on government for greater digital rights
New research co-authored by The University of Nottingham, has, for the first time, captured the policy recommendations of young people in relation to their digital rights.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
01.02.2017
Treating breathing problems in preterm children
Cardiff University child health experts are renewing their appeal for Welsh families to take part in another landmark study to improve the health of children born prematurely. In the largest study of preterm born children in the world, the team from the School of Medicine has already collected information from 7,000 children to investigate the long-term breathing outcomes in babies born early compared to those born on time.
Administration/Government
01.02.2017
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
01.02.2017
Dying at home or in hospital dependent on wealth, location and number of diseases
Where people die is often important to them and their families, as well as being important for planning health care services.
Administration/Government - Event
31.01.2017
Early years literacy project receives £1 million lottery funding
An innovative project to boost the language and communication development of nursery school children has been awarded £1 million in funding from players of People's Postcode Lottery.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
31.01.2017
Administration/Government - Literature/Linguistics
31.01.2017
Early years literary project receives £1 million lottery funding
An innovative project to boost the language and communication development of nursery school children has been awarded £1 million in funding from players of People's Postcode Lottery.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
30.01.2017
Novo Nordisk enters collaboration with University of Oxford on type 2 diabetes
International research company Novo Nordisk is investing £115 million in a new research centre at the University of Oxford, as part of a new type 2 diabetes research collaboration with the University.
Administration/Government - Physics/Materials Science
30.01.2017
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
27.01.2017
’Field research and a focus on the young could help combat terrorism’
A new paper in Science says field research on the ground with youths engaged in violent extremism or susceptible to it is needed to improve the West's understanding of  terrorist groups like Islamic State and Al Qaeda. The paper says to be successful, such research would have to be properly funded and totally independent of governmental interference.  The paper argues that the US government's national security systems are too structured around state to state interactions which are more suited to the Cold War and not suited to modern-day threats .
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
25.01.2017
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
25.01.2017
Dame Stella Rimington reflects on Trump, MI5 and Warwick’s intelligence research
John Major was perfect because he just used to close his eyes, lean back in his chair and say ‘Oh well, Stella.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
24.01.2017
Professor Colin Dayan returns to the University of Bristol
Professor Colin Dayan returns to the University of Bristol
Diabetes expert begins a joint role linking his current post at Cardiff University with a new appointment as Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University of Bristol.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
24.01.2017
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
23.01.2017
Seven-day access to GP surgeries is not the answer to improving patient care
A better understanding of patients' needs is key to improving care within the NHS; patients do not actually want seven-day access to GP surgeries as previously suggested, according to a study from The University of Nottingham.
Literature/Linguistics - Administration/Government
23.01.2017
Administration/Government
23.01.2017
The lady is for turning (and reversing) - Thatcher archives for 1986 open to the public
The lady is for turning (and reversing) - Thatcher archives for 1986 open to the public
Margaret Thatcher's isolation over Westland and the US bombing of Libya - as well as fears about the standards of her driving - are among the subjects revealed within 40,000 pages of her papers opening to the public today at the Churchill Archives Centre.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Administration/Government
23.01.2017
Secretary of State views work to complete £150 million Centre that will help deliver UK Industrial strategy
The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, visited WMG, at the University of Warwick, on Friday 20 th January 2016, taking up an invitation to see f
Administration/Government
20.01.2017
Opinion: Mozambique's unexpected truce still hangs in the balance
Opinion: Mozambique’s unexpected truce still hangs in the balance
After four years of escalating civil conflict, a truce has unexpectedly arisen in Mozambique. But what are the chances of this ceasefire lasting, asks Justin Pearce, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Politics and International Studies & Research Associate of St John's College.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
16.01.2017
Top climate change scientist talks about President-elect Trump's likely impact
Top climate change scientist talks about President-elect Trump’s likely impact
The world is waiting to see whether President-elect Trump will take action on climate change.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Administration/Government
13.01.2017
Opinion: How we can make super-fast hyperloop travel a reality
Opinion: How we can make super-fast hyperloop travel a reality
Trains are getting increasingly faster, but as Professor Hugh Hunt from the Department of Engineering explains, the 'super-fast hyperloop' could soon see them matching air travel fo speed.
Administration/Government
12.01.2017
Warwick-led research calls for social care ’New Deal
Following the launch of the Warwick-led PSA Care Commission Report ‘Towards a New Deal for Care and Carers', the University of Warwick will today host a discussion on the report and social care; open to all between 4pm-6pm in the Oculus, room OC1.09.
Administration/Government
12.01.2017
Administration/Government - Medicine/Pharmacology
06.01.2017
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
05.01.2017
Major grants strengthen links with China in palaeobiology
Major grants strengthen links with China in palaeobiology
The University of Bristol has secured substantial funding in all three large grants recently awarded under an initiative to strengthen ties between the UK and China.
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
03.01.2017
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