Academics from across the University discuss the impact Covid-19 has had upon children and young people from disadvantaged or marginalised communities.
Academics from across the University come together to explain how the Government and Big Pharma need to address past mistakes and reach out to dispel vaccine myths.
Dr Anne Nortcliffe reflects on the affect of Covid-19 and Brexit has had on the UK’s economy, recognising where businesses have adapted to continue to be successful.
Dr Susan Kenyon discusses her research into the impacts of Covid-19 on transport which has been quoted in a UK Government, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee Air Quality inquiry.
Dr Stephen Scoffham argues for a new, more holistic and humane approach to animal farming if we are to avoid future cross contamination disasters.
Gareth Ward looks at how universities and businesses have adapted to an online culture.
Chris Beighton asks if online learning is enhancing our creative thinking.
Dr Althea Legal-Miller discusses how the Black Lives Matter movement is part of America’s tumultuous history.
The DWELL project research team reflect on experiences and implications of remote data collection via Online Focus Groups during lockdown.