Professor David Bates discusses a recent dispute between Gary Lineker and the BBC following the former footballer’s tweet about the Government’s immigration policy.
Professor of Science Education, Berry Billingsley, has a regular science spot on BBC Radio Kent. She recently spoke on news stories surrounding the use of ChatGPT for essays and exams. Below is part of her interview looking into whether we are asking the right questions on how we view and use this new technology.
This Children’s Mental Health Week, Dr Kristy Howells discusses how we can raise awareness both in the class room and at home with meaningful connections, and how this can be developed through sport, physical activity and exercise.
Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman explores the messages behind the John Lewis Christmas adverts and how we can take them onboard, especially when it comes to our welcome for care experienced young people.
For National STEM Day (8 November) Tina Eager, Senior Lecturer in Computing, discusses attitudes to gender diversity in STEM in a male-dominated sector.
This National Engineering Day (November 2) Gareth Ward reflects on the advancement of virtual reality and looks at how new technologies might impact us in the future.
Dr Kristy Howells and Joe Pellett discuss the importance of the links between physical development and literacy skills in children, following a new campaign launched by the government.
Dr Susan Kenyon considers whether Liz Truss’ strategy to increase energy security through oil and gas extraction is sustainable; and discusses whether concern for poverty and for the environment are mutually exclusive.
Dr Alex Kent reflects on the contribution that HM Queen Elizabeth II has made to global geopolitics.