Friday, May 27, 2022

How a deluge of lockdown volunteers rescued UK’s hidden weather history

Author : Ed Hawkins, Professor of Climate Science, University of Reading When it rains, it pours. Make hay while the...

what do upcoming tax changes mean for me? An expert explains

Author : Jonquil Lowe, Senior Lecturer in Economics and Personal Finance, The Open University April 6 marks the start of...

game theory and psychology shed light on negotiations

Author : Jonathan Este, Associate Editor, International Affairs Editor As the war approaches the one-month mark, this week a lot...

why new rules to ensure nature benefits from building projects could fail

Author : Sophus zu Ermgassen, PhD Researcher, Durrell Institute for Conservation and Ecology, University of Kent The UK government is...

fashion has always been at the heart of gender politics

Author : Richard Hudson-Miles, Lecturer in Design Cultures, De Montfort University The image of pop star Harry Styles wearing a...

why Boris Johnson not getting an instant deal is down to history

Author : David B Roberts, Associate Professor, School of Security Studies, King's College London The spiking oil price has turned...

How to investigate when a robot causes an accident – and why it’s important...

Author : Keri Grieman, Research Associate, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford Robots are featuring more and more in...

Will war in Ukraine hasten the end of fossil fuels?

Author : Jack Marley, Environment + Energy Editor, UK edition Four weeks have passed since Russian troops invaded Ukraine. To...

Five ways the monarchy has benefited from colonialism and slavery

Author : Laura Clancy, Lecturer in Media, Lancaster University The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s tour of the Caribbean for...

Four ways pensions still fail to support staff who are young, low paid and...

Author : Hayley Louise James, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University College Dublin Financial advisers often say it’s never too early to...

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