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Academic Rankings - Earth Sciences - 04.03.2020

Psychology - 04.03.2020
Seven Questions with... Sam Fardghassemi
This week we meet third-year psychology PhD student Sam. Here, Sam - who currently runs guided meditation sessions at the Student Centre - explains how meditation can help you beat exam stress.

Art and Design - 03.03.2020

Environment - Social Sciences - 03.03.2020

Astronomy / Space Science - 03.03.2020
Birmingham joins hunt for Earth-like planets
Researchers at the University of Birmingham are joining the search for Earth-like planets with the commissioning of a new telescope, named Ganymede, located in Chile, on the site of the European Southern Observatory's Paranal Observatory. Part of the SPECULOOS (Search for habitable Planets EClipsing ULtra-cOOl Stars) project, the Ganymede telescope is one member of a constellation of telescopes located in various parts of the world, and dedicated to seeking out potentially habitable Earth-sized planets.

Environment - 03.03.2020
’Biggest shift yet’ in British public’s attitude to risks of climate change
Britons believe climate change is one of the most important issues facing the country in the next 20 years, according to research led by Cardiff University.

Social Sciences - 03.03.2020

Linguistics / Literature - Pedagogy - 03.03.2020

Business / Economics - Career - 02.03.2020
Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit launched to help organisations better support working fathers
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have launched a " Fathers in the Workplace Toolkit ", to help organisations be more inclusive of fathers and support them to balance their work and parenting roles, which will be launched today in the House of Commons.

Chemistry - Physics - 02.03.2020
Carbon chains can adopt fusilli or spaghetti type shapes depending if they have odd or even numbers of atoms
Carbon chains can adopt fusilli or spaghetti type shapes depending if they have odd or even numbers of atoms
Scientists at the University of Bristol have now found that carbon chains can also adopt helical shapes, but, unlike DNA, the shape is dependent on how many atoms there are in the chain, with chains having even numbers of carbon atoms adopting helical, fusilli-like shapes and chains with odd numbers of carbon atoms adopting floppy, spaghetti-like shapes.

Business / Economics - Career - 02.03.2020

Administration - Social Sciences - 02.03.2020

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation - 02.03.2020
GW4 awarded 4.1m to build Europe’s largest ARM supercomputer
The powerful new 6.5m facility, to be hosted by the Met Office in Exeter and utilised by the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter, will double the size of GW4 Isambard, to 21,504 high performance cores and 336 nodes.

Environment - Innovation - 02.03.2020

Astronomy / Space Science - Electroengineering - 28.02.2020
How to design for a move to Mars
How to design for a move to Mars
Academics, designers and students discussed the design challenges of moving to Mars and potential solutions during a symposium at the Design Museum.

Health - Pharmacology - 28.02.2020
Cancer drug discovery technologies get a 4.5m boost
Imperial academics will lead a project to improve imaging technologies for cancer drug discovery, funded by CRUK and European partners.

Health - Social Sciences - 28.02.2020
People affected by rare dementias help design digital support platform
Clinicians and neuroscientists have been working with people living with rare dementias, and their carers and families, to design an innovative new online support platform, as part of the UCL-led Rare Dementia Support service.

Environment - Business / Economics - 28.02.2020

Health - Life Sciences - 28.02.2020
Researchers produce first physiotherapy guidance for Huntington's disease
Researchers produce first physiotherapy guidance for Huntington’s disease
Cardiff University researchers are part of a global consortium who have published the first clinical guidance for the management of Huntington's disease through physiotherapy.

Career - 28.02.2020
Research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants
Research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants
Sussex research sheds light on injustices faced by LGBT asylum claimants A team of researchers in the School of Law, Politics and Sociology are working on a project to report on the often harrowing e

Health - Pharmacology - 28.02.2020
UofG-led NHS research team part of European partnership to accelerate mesothelioma research
Researchers at the University of Glasgow and NHSGGC are set to benefit from a 5million European research award to refocus research efforts on mesothelioma, an asbestos-related, incurable cancer.

Social Sciences - 28.02.2020
UCL announces action to acknowledge and address historical links with eugenics
UCL is today announcing a range of measures aimed at acknowledging and addressing the university's historical links with the eugenics movement.

Computer Science / Telecom - Administration - 28.02.2020

Social Sciences - Business / Economics - 27.02.2020

Administration - 27.02.2020
Seven Questions with... Carol Paige
This week we meet Carol Paige, who is the Democracy, Operations and Community Sabbatical Officer at Students' Union UCL.

Social Sciences - 27.02.2020
School admissions: how to make the system fairer for all
With the highest performing schools accepting around half the rate of disadvantaged pupils as the national average, a new report co-authored by the University of Bristol presents a series of reforms to make the school admissions system fairer.

Environment - 27.02.2020

Innovation - Administration - 27.02.2020
Multi-million pound grant to unlock 5G potential in rural Wales
A collaborative project to be delivered by experts at Cardiff University is aiming to unlock the potential of 5G technology in rural Wales.

Life Sciences - Health - 27.02.2020
Women in STEM: Oluwaseun Ogundele
Oluwaseun Ogundele is a research assistant in the Hendrich Lab at the Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

Pharmacology - Health - 27.02.2020
Intervention to help GPs identify, assess and treat patients with hepatitis C found to be effective
The first UK clinical trial to increase the identification and treatment of hepatitis C (HCV) patients in primary care has been found to be effective, acceptable to staff and highly cost-effective for the NHS.

Business / Economics - Environment - 26.02.2020

Innovation - 26.02.2020
University of Birmingham and Siemens Mobility Limited announce new research collaboration
The University of Birmingham and Siemens Mobility Limited have announced a new, academic framework research collaboration, deepening the relationship between the two organisations.

Environment - 26.02.2020

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