Dr Ali Body explores funding shortages in education and argues that schools are increasingly turning to volunteers and fundraising to help solve the crisis.
Dr Kara Turner and Dr Katie Fowler, who both teach on the Life Sciences programme and are experts in non-human animal embryology, comment on the use of time-lapse technology for IVF.
Dr Simon Harvey, Director of Life Sciences, says it is unsurprising that males over 35 have a lower chance of conceiving through IVF.
It’s been 20 years since Harry Potter first landed on our bookshelves. Emily Guille-Marrett, Writing for Children Visiting Lecturer explores why the books have been so successful.
Professor Andrew Peterson and Dr Garth Stahl look at how education policy can enable social mobility.
Professor Trevor Cooling explores whether Tim Farron was correct when he said you can’t hold faith and public office.
Dr Keith McLay explores the events surrounding this month’s Raid on the Medway commemorations.
Dr Keith McLay explains why Alex Salmond’s choice of quote on election night might not be a good omen – for him.
Dr Laura Cashman explains why more women in Parliament does not necessarily mean women’s interests will be better served.