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Read all of our latest blogs by our academics, experts and alumni.
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Get on your soap box! Tell us about your opinions The study will involve participants either lying or telling the truth in an interview about their opinion on a societal issue

21 April 2021 3 min read

The study will involve participants either lying or telling the truth in an interview about their opinion on a societal issue

True and false opinions on disputed topics The study involves participants telling the truth or lying about their opinions on a societal issue

15 April 2021 2 min read

The study involves participants telling the truth or lying about their opinions on a societal issue.

Woman with megaphone

Fashion's plastic footprint Do we need a revolution to address the environmental impact of fast fashion?

07 April 2021 5 min read

60% of clothes are made from plastic-based materials. Do we need a revolution to address the environmental impact of fast fashion?

Molly Huntington sustainable fashion image 4

Child mental health: how acting out during COVID can be a coping mechanism, and what parents can do to help

06 April 2021 6 min read

Dr Wendy Sims-Schouten writes for The Conversation on how the mental health of children has been impacted by the Covid19 pandemic

Child peeking over a mans shoulder

Five ways fish are more like humans than you realise

31 March 2021 4 min read

Dr Matt Parker writes for the Conversation on facts and misconceptions about fish

School of fish

Communicating Science in a Pandemic Dr Simon Kolstoe looks at the effect the Covid-19 pandemic has had on how science is communicated

29 March 2021 7 min read

Communicating science in a pandemic. Perhaps one of the biggest positives to have come out of the last year of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a renewed trust in science.

Dr Simon Kolstoe serving as a model for Prof Richard Newsom’s cough droplet imaging experiment.

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