Archive for the ‘In the media’ Category

37 foolproof fat-loss tips for runners

Our researchers found that training on an empty stomach triggers a rise in PDK4 gene expression – code for a sign your body fat is being burnt.

Listen: Caroline Hickman on our psychological relationship with the climate crisis

Caroline Hickman, Dept of Social and Policy Sciences features in this Radio 4 series about our psychological relationship with the climate crisis

BBC Feature on Elderly Carers Report - Rachel Forrester-Jones

The increasing age of carers looking after adults with learning disabilities is a "looming crisis" for councils, the study claims.

BBC feature on elderly carers report – Rachel Forrester-Jones

Caroline Hickman on Radio 4's Woman's Hour

Opinion: The general election outcome Labour crumbles!

Opinion: Modern slavery policy does not set people free

Caroline Hickman on eco-anxiety for The Guardian

BBC Radio 4: Seeing with sound

Michael Proulx, Department of Psychology, talks to the Art of Now programme.

The Conversation: Are ‘dog years’ for real?

Kit Yates has written an explanation of calculating canine age.

Were other humans the first victims of the sixth mass extinction?

Dr Nick Longrich, Biology and Biochemistry, writes for The Conversation.

Treating mental health with an app

Professor Paul Stallard, Health, talks about his BlueIce app on a Guardian Tech podcast.

How to write an election manifesto

Professor Nick Pearce writes for The Times, and looks at how to write an election manifesto.

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.