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Innovation - Computer Science - 27.01.2023
Imperial's I-X to work with RAF for enhanced defence and security in UK
Imperial’s I-X to work with RAF for enhanced defence and security in UK
Imperial and the Royal Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office are to collaborate to tackle national defence and security challenges.

Health - 27.01.2023
Earwax removal no longer available at GP surgeries - leaving many struggling to hear
Each year, more than 2 million people in the UK have troublesome earwax that needs to be removed. However, more people are finding that this service is no longer being provided at their GP surgery.

Veterinary - 27.01.2023
RVC seeks veterinary collaboration for UK dairy herd study
Researchers at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) are seeking to enrol veterinary practices as they begin a study to determine and benchmark individual and herd-level passive transfer status across dairy herds within the UK. This is the first study to examine the issue from a UK wide perspective and will provide the largest amount of information to date which will inform best practice and benefit both farmers and vets.

Media - 27.01.2023
Memes-field Park? ’Digital natives’ are flirting with Jane Austen’s vision of the ideal man all over again
Know about the Darcy hand-flex? Remember that lake scene with Colin Firth? For 200 years, audiences have been swooning over different portrayals of Mr Darcy, Jane Austen's iconic male hero.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 27.01.2023

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 27.01.2023
New company launches ultra-light, low carbon 'aerogel' insulation materials
New company launches ultra-light, low carbon ’aerogel’ insulation materials
University of Bath spin-out company Aerogel Core Ltd set to develop next generation materials for the aerospace and automotive industries New company, Aerogel Core Ltd, has been established following

Pedagogy - 26.01.2023
UCU industrial action to take place in February and March
UCU industrial action to take place in February and March
The national University and College Union (UCU) has announced plans for nationwide industrial action between February and March 2023, including strike and action short of strike (descriptions below), which may affect your studies.

Career - 26.01.2023
Strike action w/c 31 January: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 31 January: Information for staff
Next week will see workers from a number of different industries going on strike, which may affect your work.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 26.01.2023

Social Sciences - 26.01.2023

Environment - Economics / Business - 26.01.2023

Psychology - 26.01.2023
Moderate and vigorous physical activity is most critical factor for boosting mid-life brain power
Undertaking between six to seven minutes of moderate or vigorous physical activity (MVPA) every day could improve cognitive performance, finds a new study led by UCL researchers. The research, published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, found that more intense exercise is better for working memory and mental processes, such as planning and organisation.

Health - Pharmacology - 26.01.2023
£2.2m for Glasgow Cancer Centre to help find new treatments
The development of new cancer treatments in Scotland is to receive major funding, providing future hope for people diagnosed with the disease.

Career - 26.01.2023
Strike action w/c 30 January: Information for staff
Strike action w/c 30 January: Information for staff
This week will see workers from a number of different industries going on strike, which may affect your work.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 26.01.2023

Transport - 25.01.2023
Comparing airfares instead of seat size fairer indicator of passenger carbon emissions
Allocating passenger aircraft emissions using airfares rather than travel class would give a more accurate idea of individual contributions, finds a study led by UCL.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 25.01.2023

Innovation - 25.01.2023

Linguistics / Literature - 24.01.2023

Electroengineering - Innovation - 24.01.2023
Cardiff University signs MoU with CSA Catapult
Cardiff University signs MoU with CSA Catapult
Cardiff University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Compound Semiconductor Applications (CSA) Catapult.

Health - Life Sciences - 24.01.2023
Tackling infections that pass from animals to humans
The next generation of scientists will be better able to predict, detect and control viruses that jump from animals to humans thanks to major new funding.

Life Sciences - Health - 24.01.2023
Gero Miesenböck awarded 2023 Japan Prize
Gero Miesenböck awarded 2023 Japan Prize
Professor Gero Miesenböck , The Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics' (DPAG)  Waynflete Professor of Physiology and Director of the Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour, is one of two s

Law - 24.01.2023
Leading Labour MP welcomes report into racial bias in justice system
Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy MP has welcomed a report by experts from The University of Manchester which highlighted the issue of racial bias in the justice system, after a meeting to discuss the findings with the academics and co-authors who compiled it.

Environment - Chemistry - 24.01.2023
Novel adaptation for existing blast furnaces could reduce steelmaking emissions by 90%
Novel adaptation for existing blast furnaces could reduce steelmaking emissions by 90%
Birmingham researchers have devised a -closed loop- carbon recycling system that could radically reduce carbon dioxide emissions from the steelmaking industry Researchers from the University of Birmin

Environment - Economics / Business - 23.01.2023
Analysis reveals scale of tertiary education’s carbon emissions
A major analysis of the carbon footprint of universities and FE colleges has revealed for the first time the source and scale of their emissions.

Health - Pharmacology - 23.01.2023
Major funding for Manchester will help find new cancer treatments
The search for new cancer treatments in Manchester is to receive a major funding investment of up to £3m, providing future hope for people diagnosed with the disease.

Social Sciences - 23.01.2023
Cost-of-living crisis will harm Londoners’ health and requires urgent action
A new Marmot review on the cost-of-living crisis in London launched on 20th January, 2023, lays out what needs to be done as a matter of urgency to support the health of Londoners, over half of whom are already 'financially struggling' or 'just about managing'.

Social Sciences - 23.01.2023
Prince Harry is wrong: unconscious bias is not different to racism
Meghan Tinsley , The University of Manchester When Prince Harry sat down with ITV journalist Tom Bradby for a conversation about his marriage, his estrangement from the royal family and his tell-all memoir, Spare, one particular segment stood out.

Materials Science - 23.01.2023

Economics / Business - 23.01.2023
Low-carbon reorientation in a declining industry
Low-carbon reorientation in a declining industry
MIOIR Researchers Professor Frank Geels and Dr Julian Gregory conducted a longitudinal analysis of coevolving contexts and company strategies in the UK steel industry.

History / Archeology - 23.01.2023
University of Glasgow experts reveal fascinating new insight into Robert Burns domestic life
University of Glasgow experts reveal fascinating new insight into Robert Burns domestic life
An astonishing discovery found at a 13 century Scottish castle has shed new light on the day-to-day domestic life of Robert Burns and his family, academics at the University of Glasgow have revealed.