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Medicine shortages are already a reality but a no deal Brexit could make it worse

Published: Wed 29 Aug 2018

Liz Breen and Emilia Vann Yaroson look at medicine shortages

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Clearing: how students use social media to choose their university

Published: Thur 16 Aug 2018

Lecturer in Marketing, Elvira, looks at students use social media to choose their university

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The Rollercoaster of Mental Health in the UK Today

Published: Thurs 16 Aug 2018

Stephen Williams,Programme Lead in Psychological Therapies looks at Mental Health in the UK

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How Durex can recover from its product recall

Published: Thur 2 August 2018

Dr Liz Breen looks at product recall

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White Light/White Heat: The Velvet Underground’s monochrome obituary for the love generation

Published: Tue 26 June 2018

Mark Goodall examines the significance of The Velvet Underground's avant garde second album.

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A brief history of immersion, centuries before VR

Published: Wed 16 May 2018

Patrick Allen explores a brief history of immersion

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Meet the matchstick women — the hidden victims of the industrial revolution

Published: Thur 8 Mar 2018

Catherine Kelsey introduces the matchstick women

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Podcast looking at the issue of Pain

Published: Wed 15 Nov 2017

Professor Marcus Rattray took part in the Conversation's podcast on Pain

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Blade Runner 2049: how Philip K Dick’s classic novel has stood the test of time

Published: Fri 6 Oct 2017

Patrick Allen looks at how Blade Runner has stood the test of time

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Why pop needs its eccentric characters

Published: Thur 5 Oct 2017

Mark Goodall looks at eccentric characters in pop

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Royal Mail workers’ vote for a national strike offers a lesson in how to organise effectively

Published: Thur 5 Oct 2017

Professor Gall looks at the Royal Mail workers strike

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Make Rugby Safer By Leaving It To The Amateur Clubs

Published: Wed 27 Sept 2017

Jamie Becks looks at the safety of rugby in a blog post for the Huffington Post

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How finance workers are paying the price for the industry's profit

Published: Wed 13 Sep 2017

Professor Gregor Gall looks at how the banking and insurance profession has changed

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How striking McDonald's workers could slay the fast food giant

Published: Fri 1 Sept 2017

Professor Gregor Gall looks at the rights of fast food workers

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What we can learn from death rites of the past will help us treat the dead and grieving better today

Published: Fri 11 Aug 2017

Lindsey Büster and Jennie Dayes explore how death in the past can help us deal with death in the present

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Burn, break, bulldoze: is it ever okay to destroy a piece of art?

Published: Mon 31 July 2017

Kate Johnson looks at the destruction of art

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The benefits that a digital healthcare system could bring aren’t out of reach

Published: Mon 12 June 2017

Professor Rami Qahwaji looks at digital healthcare of the future

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Labour’s manifesto shows it is the true party of workers’ rights

Published: Tues May 16 2017

Gregor Gall looks at why Jeremy Corbyn launched his campaign in Bradford

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Internet's cloak of invisibility: how trolls are made

Internet's cloak of invisibility: how trolls are made

Published: Mon 28 Feb 2017

University of Bradford Lecturer of Psychology Pam Ramsden explores how something called 'online disinhibition effect' might partly explain trolling behaviour.

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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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