Suppliers of climate data, tools and advice must be held to account on good practice, says Rob Wilby, Professor of Hydroclimatic Modelling.
A new multidisciplinary network aims to understand the changing face of nationalism in an increasingly diverse Europe.
Avinoam Baruch on how there comes a point when we all need a little help from our friends – and for researchers this is no different. Step forward the citizen scientist.
How do you begin to tackle a problem like air pollution? High quality research must lead the way if we are to stand a chance.
Public engagement is a big buzz word in academia right now, and researchers are increasingly on the lookout for new ways to engage people in their research and spark debate.
There is currently no cure for permanent paralysis, but assistive technology has played an important role in helping to improve the quality of life of those with paralysis.
The admission by Martin Winterkorn the CEO of VW that the company had deliberately fitted ‘defeat device’ software to falsify the results of emissions tests in both the US and Europe has sent shock waves through the car industry.
Professor Elizabeth Stokoe‘s research uses conversation analysis to explore communication across a variety of contexts – including police interrogation, commercial sales, hostage negotiation, family mediation, and dating.
George Osborne’s scrapping of the tax credit cuts announced last summer is momentous in several ways. But it is by no means the end of his mission to reduce families’ dependence on the state.
Dr Piotr Kaminski is a Research Associate at CREST (Loughborough University) where he is working on the development of sputtering techniques for use in photovoltaic technologies.