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Philosophy - Administration/Government
18.04.2018
Digital remains should be treated like physical ones
Our internet activity - commonly referred to as digital remains, should be treated with the same care and respect as physical remains, according to Oxford University research.
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
18.04.2018
Administration/Government - Social Sciences
18.04.2018
CREST to receive further 2.88m in funding
CREST to receive further 2.88m in funding
The Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (CREST) has been awarded 2.88m, in a grant administered by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), to continue existing and d
Innovation/Technology - Administration/Government
16.04.2018
Literature/Linguistics - Administration/Government
13.04.2018
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
11.04.2018
Education/Continuing Education - Administration/Government
11.04.2018
Innovation/Technology - Administration/Government
10.04.2018
Administration/Government - Education/Continuing Education
05.04.2018
Early years provision a ’postcode lottery’, according to new report
Government records of Sure Start children's centre closures are a massive underestimate, according to a major report published today.
Literature/Linguistics - Administration/Government
05.04.2018
Administration/Government - Pedagogy/Education Science
03.04.2018
Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland win funding to tackle child poverty
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland win funding to tackle child poverty
The Scottish Government has given 2m funding through Every Child, Every Chance, its Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan 2018-22, to Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS) - an innovative collabor
Administration/Government
28.03.2018
Home Office funds University of Bristol research into prostitution
Home Office funds University of Bristol research into prostitution
As part of efforts by Government and law enforcement to better understand the nature of prostitution and sex work, the University of Bristol has been granted £150,000 to carry out a new research project. Professor Marianne Hester , one of the country's leading experts in gender-based violence, will lead the project over the next year.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
26.03.2018
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
26.03.2018
Oxford to play key role in UK energy demand research centre
Oxford University is to take a lead role in the UK Centre for Research on Energy Demand, which will focus on developing effective, yet environmentally sound energy solutions.
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
26.03.2018
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
26.03.2018
EU likely to reject bespoke Canada trade deal for UK
EU likely to reject bespoke Canada trade deal for UK
EU likely to reject bespoke Canada trade deal for UK The European Union is likely to reject a significantly enhanced version of its Canada trade deal for the UK after Brexit, according to experts.
Innovation/Technology - Administration/Government
23.03.2018
Administration/Government
23.03.2018
Administration/Government
22.03.2018
Open letter to UUK and UCU
Mr Alistair Jarvis, Chief Executive Universities UK Woburn House, 20 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9HQ and Sally Hunt, General Secretary University and College Union, Carlow Street, London NW1 7LH De
Administration/Government - Careers/Employment
22.03.2018
Children from wealthier families much more likely to secure grammar school places
Children from wealthier families much more likely to secure grammar school places
Research reveals the huge advantage rich families gain by using private tutors in the race for grammar school places. A new paper from the UCL Institute of Education shows that private tutoring means pupils from high-income families are much more likely to get into grammar schools than equally bright pupils from low-income families.
Administration/Government - Innovation/Technology
22.03.2018
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
21.03.2018
Parcel porters could help cities cope with the impacts of e-commerce growth
Parcel porters could help cities cope with the impacts of e-commerce growth
Researchers are investigating whether a workforce of ‘parcel porters' could help to reduce the current demand for kerbside space by delivery vans Researchers from Lancaster University, together
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
19.03.2018
'You're fired!': Why we shouldn't be surprised at the tumult at the heart of Trump's 'Apprentice' presidency
’You’re fired!’: Why we shouldn’t be surprised at the tumult at the heart of Trump’s ’Apprentice’ presidency
'You're fired!': Why we shouldn't be surprised at the tumult at the heart of Trump's 'Apprentice' presidency The succession of high-profile White House sackings is the clearest indicator yet that Don
Education/Continuing Education - Administration/Government
19.03.2018
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
16.03.2018
Administration/Government - Medicine/Pharmacology
15.03.2018
King's Commission on London
Extend Mayor of London's powers to ensure capital remains leading global city London's health, further education and skills systems are fragmented, complex and unlikely to deliver optimal outcomes un
Administration/Government - Politics
14.03.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
13.03.2018
Funding boost for Network tackling infectious diseases
An international network hosted at Imperial has been awarded additional funding to improve vaccines for infectious diseases.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
12.03.2018
Administration/Government - Medicine/Pharmacology
12.03.2018
Innovation/Technology - Administration/Government
10.03.2018
Bristol's 5G expertise helps secure West of England 5m Smart Tourism bid
Bristol’s 5G expertise helps secure West of England 5m Smart Tourism bid
The West of England Combined Authority has secured £5 million from government to trial a superfast 5G network at tourist destinations in Bristol and Bath.
Administration/Government - History/Archeology
09.03.2018
Agronomy/Food Science - Administration/Government
09.03.2018
Government urged to halt food-safety overhaul
Government urged to halt food-safety overhaul
Government urged to halt food-safety overhaul Leading food-safety experts have urged the UK Government to halt plans to outsource food safety inspections to private companies.
Administration/Government - Innovation/Technology
07.03.2018
Simple arsenic sensor could save lives
Simple arsenic sensor could save lives
A low-cost, easy-to-use arsenic sensor to test drinking water has been developed by researchers at UCL and Imperial College London, with BBSRC funding through the government's Industrial Strategy.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
06.03.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
06.03.2018
Innovation/Technology - Administration/Government
06.03.2018
Administration/Government
28.02.2018
Social Sciences - Administration/Government
27.02.2018
Behind this wall - seclusion is not the answer
Behind this wall - seclusion is not the answer
Placing women with learning disabilities in ‘seclusion' to control their behaviour while they are incarcerated in secure inpatient units, is counter-therapeutic says new research from Lancaster University. ‘Behind This Wall - experiences of seclusion on locked wards for women' published this month in the Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research strongly recommends other options should be explored.
Administration/Government - Mathematics
26.02.2018
Planning for freedom - how statistics can help us eradicate modern slavery
PA 35/18 Experts in modern slavery from the University of Nottingham are using a new way of calculating the precise number of slaves in a city, region or country, helping the fight for freedom. Working with the Home Office, Professor Kevin Bales CMG and Professor Sir Bernard Silverman from the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham have successfully used a technique known as the Multiple Systems Estimate (MSE) to calculate a reliable estimate of the true number of slaves in a specific location.
Administration/Government - Innovation/Technology
26.02.2018
Administration/Government - Computer Science/Telecom
26.02.2018
Helping police make custody decisions using artificial intelligence
Helping police make custody decisions using artificial intelligence
Police at the "front line" of difficult risk-based judgements are trialling an AI system trained by University of Cambridge criminologists to give guidance using the outcomes of five years of criminal histories.
Administration/Government - Event
26.02.2018
Environment/Sustainable Development - Administration/Government
23.02.2018
Orangutans in Sabah have a better future
100,000 orangutans have disappeared in Borneo in the last 16 years, finds a new study with contribution from the Danau Girang Field Centre.
Life Sciences - Administration/Government
23.02.2018
Step forward in tackling crop pest - a sunscreen for pesticides
Step forward in tackling crop pest - a sunscreen for pesticides
Scientists have taken a step forward in their efforts to tackle serious crop threats. Insect pests consume around a third of all the crops we grow, sometimes threatening food security.
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