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Environment - Economics - 29.09.2023

Career - Economics - 28.09.2023
Dr Heidi Ashton on why sexual misconduct, bullying and harassment is so pervasive in the cultural and creative industries
From the #MeToo movement to ongoing cases of bullying and harassment at all levels of the industry, harmful behaviours perpetrated by people in positions of power are proving stubbornly difficult to deal with across the creative sector.

Innovation - Economics - 28.09.2023

Economics - Innovation - 27.09.2023

Economics - 26.09.2023
’Supernormal profits’ of Britain’s biggest housebuilders
The three largest housebuilders used their market power to deliver abnormally large profits and gain an advantage over competitors without dramatically increasing their levels of housing supply, a report shows.

Environment - Economics - 25.09.2023
Wind and solar power could significantly exceed Britain’s energy needs
Britain's energy needs could be met entirely by wind and solar, according to a policy brief  published today  by Oxford's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment.

Environment - Economics - 19.09.2023
Opinion: France used 10% less electricity last winter - valuable lessons in fighting climate change
Dr Steve Pye (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) highlight in The Conversation how France was able to reduce its total energy consumption last winter.

Economics - Environment - 19.09.2023

Innovation - Economics - 13.09.2023

Economics - Materials Science - 12.09.2023
Gerdau Graphene and GEIC Proud to Partner for a Fifth Year
Gerdau, Brazilian largest steel producer, and The University of Manchester's Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) are celebrating the successful completion of their fifth year of partnership.

Economics - 11.09.2023
Engineers back calls to upskill British shipbuilding
Engineers back calls to upskill British shipbuilding
Engineers from the University of Southampton have welcomed a new report which is seeking to upskill British shipbuilding.

Environment - Economics - 29.08.2023
Q&A: Exploring the future of energy storage
Imperial energy experts have penned a new book exploring the fast-growing field of energy storage. In today's world, the shift towards cleaner and sustainable energy sources is more important than ever.

Economics - 19.07.2023
Opinion: Inflation may be coming down but its unequal effects can still have an impact on wellbeing
Opinion: Inflation may be coming down but its unequal effects can still have an impact on wellbeing
Dr Alberto Prati (UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies) argues in The Conversation that measuring the effects of inflation inequality is important and urgent for a policy agenda that places citizens' wellbeing at its centre.

Economics - Innovation - 05.07.2023

Economics - 21.06.2023
Self-published authors earn double the amount of those who are self-published
Self-published 'indie' authors are earning up to double the amount of those using traditional publishing models, according to analysis by the University of Glasgow's CREATe.
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