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Economics / Business - 05.05.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Event - 04.05.2022

Health - Pharmacology - 04.05.2022
Guidance on living safely with infections
Guidance on living safely with infections
The Government has removed the remaining domestic COVID-19 restrictions in England - find out about our updated advice for living safely with respiratory infections including COVID-19.

Astronomy / Space Science - 03.05.2022
Students’ stellar ambitions could be rewarded in satellite competition
A multidisciplinary team of University of Glasgow students are gearing up for the final stage of a major national satellite design competition.

Social Sciences - 29.04.2022
UK's response to Ukraine refugee crisis exacerbates risks of human trafficking and exploitation
UK’s response to Ukraine refugee crisis exacerbates risks of human trafficking and exploitation
UK and international representatives from civil society and beyond are calling on the UK Government to better support refugees coming from Ukraine, in a report by UCL experts for the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner (IASC).

Economics / Business - 29.04.2022
UK slips down Elite Quality Index 2022
The UK has dropped from third to eight in the latest Elite Quality Index - according to analysis by University of Bath economist Professor Maik Schneider. The UK has slipped down an international league table which measures how well elite groups within a country, including business leaders and politicians, contribute or take away from economic development and value creation.

Psychology - 28.04.2022
Teenagers' wellbeing seems to have little effect on GCSE performance
Teenagers’ wellbeing seems to have little effect on GCSE performance
Pupils who feel particularly joyful do not do any better in their GCSEs than their peers who do not feel as happy, according to UCL research led by Professor John Jerrim. The peer-reviewed study, published in Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice, analysed data from 4,000 pupils aged 15 and 16 in England from PISA (Programme of International Assessment) 2018.

Economics / Business - 28.04.2022

Environment - 27.04.2022

Social Sciences - Health - 26.04.2022
Serious violence peaked after COVID-19 restrictions eased - report
Serious violence increased by nearly a quarter following the easing of COVID-19 lockdown in England and Wales, according to a new report by Cardiff University.

Social Sciences - 26.04.2022
How young people learn about relationships and sexuality subject of new research project
How young people are living and learning about relationships and sexuality will be the focus of a new research project being led by academics at Cardiff University.

Mathematics - Life Sciences - 26.04.2022
Cambridge academics win European Research Council Advanced Grants
Nine Cambridge academics have won Advanced Grants awarded by the European Research Council (ERC). This is the greatest number of grants won by a UK institution in the 2021 round of funding.

Physics - Computer Science - 26.04.2022
A robot called Lyra is helping transform nuclear infrastructure inspection
A robot called Lyra is helping transform nuclear infrastructure inspection
A robot named Lyra has been used to inspect a ventilation duct in Dounreay's redundant nuclear laboratories and map radioactive materials.

Research Management - Career - 26.04.2022

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 26.04.2022
Making food from grass: creating new meat and dairy alternatives to reduce the impact of agriculture
A £2.5M project to efficiently convert grass into a range of new food products and ingredients by using cutting-edge biotechnology has received funding Research to create low-carbon meat and da

Health - 26.04.2022
New modelling shows ’shielding’ instead of lockdowns would have led to tens of thousands more deaths
Analysis from researchers in Bath's Department of Mathematical Sciences challenges the belief that just shielding the vulnerable would have contained COVID-19. Shielding those vulnerable to COVID-19, while allowing the virus to spread, largely unmitigated, through the rest of the population, would have failed according to a new modelling paper published today in PLOS Global Public Health by University of Bath scientists.

Career - 22.04.2022
Remote working is a ’mixed bag’ for employee wellbeing and productivity
Adapting remote and hybrid work policies to employees' specific work-life situations can result in increased well-being and productivity, but many employees are stuck in an increasing number of low-quality meetings when working remotely, according to a new study.

Campus - History / Archeology - 21.04.2022

Law - 21.04.2022
Better protection needed for consumers of legal services
Better protection needed for consumers of legal services
An overhaul of how legal services are regulated in England and Wales is needed to better protect consumers and ensure more people can access legal services, according to a new report prepared by Stephen Mayson, Honorary Professor of Law at UCL.

Campus - Pedagogy - 21.04.2022

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.04.2022
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre's ecosystem for industrial engagement continues to grow with more Tier 2 partners being added to the roster in recent weeks, while existing partners have also committed to the facility by renewing terms for another year.