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‘Oscars of higher education’

7 September 2017

University experts in the running for three prestigious THE Awards

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Visiting mothers in prison

7 September 2017

Visiting Mum: an essential asset for children of female prisoners

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Rethinking Growth

7 September 2017

Academics argue for socially and ecologically positive growth in new paper

Dr Huw Bennett, Reader in International Relations, who will begin a fellowship with the British Academy this September.

Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to International Relations Reader

5 September 2017

The national body for humanities and social sciences in the UK has awarded a School of Law and Politics academic with a prestigious Mid-Career Fellowship.

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Ancient Athens revealed through its inscriptions

5 September 2017

Attic inscriptions in UK collections to be made accessible in new project

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Communications policing is the new community policing

4 September 2017

Collaborative research finds UK policing approaches to social media analytics are struggling to keep up with technological advances.

The University of Seychelles

International Relations Professor awarded Honorary Professorship

30 August 2017

A School of Law and Politics scholar has been awarded an Honorary Professorship at the University of Seychelles.

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Fantastic beasts and why to conserve them

24 August 2017

Much to gain from acknowledging people’s spiritual, magical and cultural beliefs, according to study

Big data research published in leading journal

23 August 2017

Journal of Product Innovation Management publishes big data research

Spelling Bee winners 2017

School spellers lead the way in multilingual competition

18 August 2017

Pupils from over 30 Welsh schools caused a buzz this July by competing against each other in the Routes into Languages Spelling Bee.