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Career - Administration - 03.09.2019

Social Sciences - Administration - 22.08.2019
‘Whole housing approach’ needed for victims of domestic abuse
More needs to be done to support victims and survivors of domestic abuse who are homeowners or private renters, according to a new report from the University of Bristol.

Administration - 01.08.2019
Very little public support for relaxing rules and regulations around fracking
A major new public attitudes survey on fracking reveals very little public support for relaxing the rules and regulations around fracking - a key demand of major shale gas extraction companies.

Administration - 31.07.2019

Administration - 29.07.2019
New report analyses 13.7 billion deficit in Wales’ public finances
Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre has published its latest analysis of Wales' public finances.

Administration - 24.07.2019

Health - Administration - 23.07.2019

Administration - 02.07.2019
Shortfall in public finances in Wales due to lower revenues, report finds
The state of Wales' public finances will be discussed today (2 July) by experts from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre.

Pharmacology - Administration - 28.06.2019
Sussex Drug Discovery Centre appoints Professor Jeffrey Hill as new Director
Professor Jeffrey Hill has been appointed as the new Director of the Sussex Drug Discovery Centre ( SDDC ) within the School of Life Sciences.

Economics - Administration - 11.06.2019

Administration - Innovation - 22.05.2019

Administration - 21.05.2019
White Paper raises concerns about access to the nation’s digital past
People are struggling to access a treasure trove of the UK's modern digital archives due to physical, technological and legal barriers, academics have warned in a White Paper published today.

Economics - Administration - 19.05.2019

Administration - Health - 15.05.2019
Transfer of EU powers leads to silent erosion of UK pesticide regulation
New analysis by the UK Trade Policy Observatory is warning that what should have been the technical formality of transferring EU powers into national law when the UK leaves the European Union, could

Health - Administration - 09.05.2019
UofG shares in funding for leading disease prevention projects
Two University of Glasgow projects have gained awards in the first ever round of funding by the UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP).

Administration - 30.04.2019
To explore peer-to-peer ‘free trade’ in excess energy
Households and businesses that generate their own power through micro-renewables, such as solar panels and wind turbines, may soon be able to decide where to distribute their extra energy thanks to funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

Art and Design - Administration - 17.04.2019
British and German soldiers’ stories reveal historic cinema and theatre insight
A University of Birmingham expert is joining forces with British Army and the Bundeswehr to help strengthen bonds between German and British soldiers through his research into their shared entertainment history.

Administration - Innovation - 28.03.2019
Bristol part of new National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity
The University of Bristol is to work alongside other leading universities and industry partners as part of a new government initiative to position the nation as a world leader in tackling cyber threats.

Administration - 26.03.2019
Ancient royal charter discovered in Durham
An ancient royal charter might not be what everyone expects to find when they come to work, but for one of our visiting fellows that's exactly what happened.

Environment - Administration - 21.03.2019
UK gets new 5 million climate change research centre
Cardiff University has been selected as the main hub for a 5 million research centre to explore how we can live differently to achieve the rapid and far-reaching emissions cuts required to address climate change. A collaboration between Cardiff, Manchester, York and East Anglia Universities, and charity Climate Outreach, the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST) will work closely with industry, local/national governments, and charities to tackle climate change.

Environment - Administration - 18.03.2019
Researchers join international project to help 11 million Thai people
Sussex researchers join international project to help 11 million Thai people Researchers from the University of Sussex are joining an international effort to help protect Thailand's vulnerable coastal communities from storms, floods and coastal erosion.

Administration - 15.03.2019
IMF policy reforms weaken the state
A new study shows that lending conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund undermine "state capacity" in developing nations - preventing state bureaucrats from implementing essential policies in health, education, and national security. Researchers from the Universities of Glasgow, Cambridge, Bocconi, and Royal Holloway analysed the IMF's loan documents to evaluate the relationship between IMF-mandated policy reforms and bureaucratic quality in developing countries.

Electroengineering - Administration - 12.03.2019
Cambridge spin-out starts producing graphene at commercial scale
A recent University of Cambridge spin-out company, Paragraf, has started producing graphene - a sheet of carbon just one atomic layer thick - at up to eight inches in diameter, large enough for commercial electronic devices.

Administration - 04.03.2019

Administration - 07.02.2019
Taxpayers in Wales are paying more money for fewer services, according to report
Taxpayers in Wales are paying more money for fewer services as local authorities attempt to plug a funding gap of nearly 1bn, research reveals.

Career - Administration - 04.02.2019

Social Sciences - Administration - 31.01.2019
UofG social scientists awarded 1.15m over four years
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) ihas announced 27m of funding for Impact Acceleration Accounts (IAAs) at research organisations across the UK.

Administration - Environment - 31.01.2019
Who should foot the bill for energy transition costs?
The British public supports a transition to a low-carbon energy system, and is willing to shoulder some of the costs, on the condition that energy companies and government accept their fair share of responsibility, according to a study carried out by Cardiff University researchers.

Administration - 24.01.2019
League tables ‘punish and reward wrong schools’, new analysis shows
Secondary school league tables, published today [24 January], 'punish and reward the wrong schools' by failing to take pupil background into account, according to new research from the University of Bristol.