Life Solved is set to spark conversation for curious thinkers and those who like to be in the know on the latest innovations in technology, medicine, the environment, social theory and beyond.
In each weekly episode, researchers talk in-depth about pioneering research, tackle thought-provoking questions, and explore life-changing innovations - from outsmarting criminals with VR and the evolution of cybersexualities, to how failure informs space research, and science could help you survive a zombie apocalypse.
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Use the links below to jump between each series of Life Solved.
How Palaeontology is unpicking the story of life on Earth
The truth about cold water swimming
What does fairness in football look like? Part 1: Equality
What does fairness in football look like? Part 2: Corruption
Do Animals Really Know What We're Thinking?
Understanding the Ukraine Invasion
How Technology is driving new forms of domestic abuse
Mapping Past and Present
How everyday people are exploring our cosmos
How zines are capturing social history
The University of Portsmouth in space
Community resilience in world crises
COP in Focus: The Future of Construction
COP in Focus: What Now?
How tech is transforming the world
Representing all of us in public organisations
In this special new series of Life Solved, we explore the trends, changes and innovations that are taking place in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Across 5 episodes, find out how life is changing for all of us, and University of Portsmouth researchers share their findings, ideas and observations on what a post-Covid future might look like.
How has the pandemic changed mental health and education opportunities for young people?
Has Covid changed consumer habits for good?
How tech is changing employment and women’s work lives
Democracy and policing under pressure
How has Covid impacted sustainability in our world and habits?
For the rest of this series of Life Solved, we’re delving into the world of wildlife crime.