Archive for the ‘In the media’ Category

University to get new R&D centre

Engineering Live cover the Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS).

Brexit, austerity, and public spending plans in UK vote-grabbing

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, continues his series of opinion pieces for CGTN.

Will Christine Lagarde be a competent ECB leader?

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, continues his series of opinion pieces for CGTN.

‘Warm homes for all’ could revolutionise social housing

Professor David Coley, University of Bath, and Professor Jo Richardson, De Montfort University, write for The Conversation.

Britain's Best Universities for Female Founders

Understanding which universities have generated the largest number of female entrepreneurs in the UK.

What does a general election mean for Brexit?

Dr Richard Fairchild writes for CGTN

Argentina's insurrection was at the ballot box

Juan Pablo Ferrero writes in The Conversation.

Listen: Saiful Islam on materials to power the 21st century

Professor Saiful Islam talks to Jim Al-Khalili about his life and work studying the materials that make renewable energy possible.

The Brexit slow dance continues

Dr Richard Fairchild, Senior Lecturer in Corporate Finance, School of Management, writes in CGTN.

Hong Kong protesters shouldn’t pin hopes on outsiders

Professor Bill Durodie writes for The Conversation on why Hong Kong protesters shouldn’t pin hopes on outsiders to solve their impasse with Beijing.

How NI was forced to change its abortion law

Dr Jennifer Thomson writes for The Conversation on how Norther Ireland has been forced to change its abortion law.

‘Populist’ can be a weasel word for ‘racist’

Flawed use of the word ‘populist’ to describe politics beyond the mainstream right is legitimising racism. Academics and journalists are ignoring the evidence staring us in the face.

Brexit deals: Going with the flow?

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, continues his series of opinion pieces for CGTN.

Charities spend £1.1bn a year applying for grants but 63% fail

Professor Dimo Dimov (Management), Professor Alistair Brandon Jones (Management) and Dr Julian Padget (Computer Science)

Naturbeads competing in the Pitch@Palace awards

Professors Davide Mattia and Janet Scott’s spin out company is scaling up a manufacturing process to produce cellulose microbeads to replace plastic beads used in cosmetic products and many other applications.

‘I wanted to help people inspire others about psychology’

Dr Janet Bultitude from the Department of Psychology recently won the Leadership Award at the University’s Public Engagement Awards.

‘I’m up late at night worrying about global warming"

Caroline Hickman answers a question from Sophie, aged 17.

Why some adults are reacting badly to young climate strikers

Caroline Hickman writes for The Conversation on why some adults are reacting badly to young climate strikers.

Alumna is a Japanese woman overturning prejudice

Brazil men's judo team coach Yuko Fujii is a Japanese woman overturning prejudice.

Details matter if we are to move from rhetoric to reality on universal basic income

Dr Luke Martinelli, IPR, writes for euronews.