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A possible alternative to morphine – inspired by spit

A possible alternative to morphine – inspired by spit

Published: Tue 14 Feb 2017

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Critics hated the forgotten 'mondo' genre, but their influence can be seen in Oscar-winning films today

Critics hated the forgotten 'mondo' genre, but their influence can be seen in Oscar-winning films today

Published: Tue 7 Feb 2017

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Are over-the-counter painkillers a waste of money?

Are over-the-counter painkillers a waste of money?

Published: Mon 6 Feb 2017

Dr Jonathan Silcock writes in The Conversation about the effectiveness of over-the-counter painkillers.

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Why the Mosul offensive against IS has slowed to a stalemate

Why the Mosul offensive against IS has slowed to a stalemate

Published: Tue 20 Dec 2016

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Moana fulfils Disney's long journey from timid princess to empowered working woman

Moana fulfils Disney's long journey from timid princess to empowered working woman

Published: Tue 6 Dec 2016

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Bringing hope to balance media messages of decline and vulnerability in dementia

Bringing hope to balance media messages of decline and vulnerability in dementia

Published: Wed 23 Nov 2016

Professor Jane Oyebode looks at the gap between media reporting of dementia and the reality of the work being done to improve care and support.

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May's backtrack on workers on boards shows the old guard is still in business

May's backtrack on workers on boards shows the old guard is still in business

Published: Tue 22 Nov 2016

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South Korea's president is facing an uncertain future of protest and scrutiny

South Korea's president is facing an uncertain future of protest and scrutiny

Published: Tue 15 Nov 2016

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Why we need a strong global network of technology universities

Why we need a strong global network of technology universities

Published: Fri 26 Aug 2016

Professor Brian Cantor looks at the need for a World Technology Universities Network

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Is it true that what doesn't kill us makes us stronger?

Published: Thu 4 Aug 2016

Pam Ramsden looks at whether traumatic events make us stronger

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After this miserable and divisive campaign, we need to talk about immigration

Published: Fri 24 Jun 2016

Parveen Akhtar, Lecturer in Sociology looks at the referendum and immigration

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Why it's lose-lose for unions in the EU referendum

Why it's lose-lose for unions in the EU referendum

Published: Thu 9 June 2016

Professor Gregor Gall explains the difficulties facing the unions as the EU referendum approaches

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Beastie Boy John Berry died of frontal lobe dementia — but what is it?

Beastie Boy John Berry died of frontal lobe dementia — but what is it?

Published: Thu 9 June 2016

Professor Jan Oyebode looks at frontal lobe dementia, what it is, the symptoms and how it affects the individual and carers.

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A new, potent drug combination may cure some melanomas

A new, potent drug combination may cure some melanomas

Published: Thu 21 Apr 2016

A new study suggests that one in five melanoma patients treated with a pair of immunotherapy drugs, ipilimumab and nivolumab, might be cured of their disease.

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Improving the quality of dementia care in hospital

Improving the quality of dementia care in hospital

Published: Mon 7 Mar 2016

Courtney Shaw, Doctoral Research Student, explains how communication between care partners can improve the quality of dementia care in hospital.

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The ET Game - learning how to fail better

The ET Game - learning how to fail better

Published: Tue 23 Feb 2016

Dr Carlton Reeve, Head of Games, Animation and Visual Effects.

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Education the key to getting more girls into STEM

Education the key to getting more girls into STEM

Published: Fri 12 Feb 2016

Dr Andrea Cullen looks at the issue of the gender pay gap and encouraging more girls into STEM subjects and careers.

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Cambridgeshire find revolutionises our understanding of Bronze Age life and ritual in the east of England

Cambridgeshire find revolutionises our understanding of Bronze Age life and ritual in the east of England

Published: Fri 29 Jan 2016

Ben Jennings reacts to BBC article on findings at Must Farm quarry.

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Blowing the whistle on competitive scrums

Blowing the whistle on competitive scrums

Published: Thu 28 Jan 2016

Jamie Beck, Radiography Lecturer at the University of Bradford.

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North Korea's nuclear threat in the limelight

North Korea's nuclear threat in the limelight

Published: Fri 8 Jan 2016

Professor Christoph Bluth, Professor of International Relations and Security.

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