The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (UROP) offers undergraduate students the chance to gain hands-on research experience on projects covering all disciplines across University. These projects take the form of a…Read More >
Twenty years ago, the terrorist group al-Qaida carried out the deadliest attack on US soil the world had ever seen. Overnight, al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden became the most notorious…Read More >
The theory that SARS-CoV-2 originally leaked out of a laboratory in Wuhan, China, is making a comeback – so much so that President Joe Biden has publicly ordered the US…Read More >
Each year the University Committee for Research & Innovation supports up to five researchers with University Research Fellowships to develop their work in the arts, humanities and social sciences for…Read More >
What are the gendered dynamics of the peacekeeping workforce? Are the needs of female peacekeepers accommodated for when militaries train, prepare and deploy their soldiers to peacekeeping missions? These are…Read More >
NBC anchor Savannah Guthrie looks to have delivered one of the most memorable lines of the US 2020 election campaign at Donald Trump’s town hall meeting on October 15. Challenging…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 >
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.
As Iran steps up its nuclear programme, Professor Joseph O’ Mahoney explores the history and politics of restrictions on the use of atomic technology in a recent post for The…Read More >
Dr Mark Shanahan from our Politics and International Relations Research Division discusses the Conservative Party’s badly timed leadership race with some Young Conservatives in a new post for The Conversation.