For substitute teachers (ie parents) trying to work at the same time as caring for school age children, Professor Helen Dodd and Dr Tim Gill from the School of Psychology…Read More >
Two weeks into home-schooling, and the Easter holidays may come as a welcome relief. Here Dr Holly Joseph reminds us of the joys of reading with young children and how…Read More >
As many of us fill the void in live sport by watching repeats of the FA Cup Quarter Finals, or dipping into documentaries on Maradona and Sunderland FC on streaming…Read More >
Why do some people find it harder to observe social distancing measures than others? Professor Patricia Riddell from Psychology discusses how our beliefs and experiences shape our responses in a new…Read More >
Eating apples for a healthier heart, the links between tropical and European weather and how digital publishing has changed design of the written word are among the research topics that…Read More >
If history is anything to go by, there will be both economic winners and losers from the current public health emergency, writes Professor Adrian Bell in a new post for…Read More >
When same-sex couples and their children cross borders within the EU, established legal ties can cease to exist, benefits can disappear, and some children cannot get citizenship and are left…Read More >
Do you know where your food comes from? Dr John G Keogh from Henley Business School explores Canada’s food fraud problem in a recent post for The Conversation.
As 2020 begins, the the Research Excellence Framework submission date is on the horizon. Professor Parveen Yaqoob, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, outlines how to make use of every available opportunity…Read More >
Proxy war expert Dr Vladimir Rauta provides analysis of the possible fall-out from the assassination of Iran’s Quds Force leader in a new piece for The Conversation.