Archive for the ‘In the media’ Category

UK PM race: Personal ambitions and public welfare

Dr Richard Fairchild writes for CGTN.

Seven-foot tsunamis threaten oil tanker expressway in Persian Gulf

Dr Philippe Blondel comments on an important study for The Independent.

Autism and the Christian Church

Professor Rachel Forrester-Jones, SPS, is mentioned on Mike Hill's BBC Radio Tees show.

What it's really like to live with Tourette's

Professor Rachel Forrester-Jones, SPS, writes for The Conversation on what it's really like to live with Tourette's.

Life in death studies: grief, funeral fees & coffin calendar girls

Dr Kate Woodthorpe, Dr Christine Valentine, Professor Tony Walter and Dr John Troyer, Centre for Death and Society, speak to Matthew Reisz at Times Higher Education (THE).

G20: US-China trade war points to the real crisis

Professor Bill Durodie, PoLIS, writes for The Conversation.

The rise of eco-anxiety - Caroline Hickman

Caroline Hickman, Social and Policy Sciences, explores the rise of eco-anxiety and how to come to terms with climate change in this article which featured in the Independent.

Shanghai-London Stock Connect: symbol of cooperation

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, writes for CGTN.

Fitness trackers and personalised training programmes

Max Western, Department of Health, writes for The Conversation.

Dr Bryson says Google needs to be treated like a 'world power'

Academics Joanna Bryson and De Kai were asked about what happened to the council, which was abruptly dissolved earlier this year following criticism of one of its members.

Caroline Hickman on eco-anxiety

Caroline Hickman, Social and Policy Sciences, writes for The Conversation.

Can U.S., China negotiate the trade conflict?

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, writes for CGTN.

Tess Legg (TCRG) for The Lancet on funding the Foundation

In September, 2017, Philip Morris International, one of the world's largest tobacco companies, set up the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, with almost US$1 billion of funding over 12 years.

The EU-election: A vote for clarity versus confusion?

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, writes for CGTN.

A special investigation at Pontins

Dr Susanne Gebhard and Dr Emma Denham, Department of Biology and Biochemistry, go undercover with ITV News.

Can the U.S.-China trade war be reversed?

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, writes for CGTN.

Why do we want to touch art?

Dr Simon Hayhoe for CNN on why touching art is so important.

Listen: Caroline Hickman on Radio 4

Dr Caroline Hickman discusses climate and eco anxiety with Radio 4, starts 07m 15s.

The escalating China-U.S. trade war: Anger vs. reconciliation

Professor Richard Fairchild, School of Management, writes for CGTN.

Pint of Science podcast with Professor Saiful Islam

Professor Saiful Islam, Department of Chemistry, speaks to the Pint of Science podcast.