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.
Adele Phillips discusses how a broad public health campaign with an emphasis on prevention is still important in the fight against Covid-19.
As the ‘We’re Good to Go’ campaign seeks to build a ‘ring of confidence’ for the reopening tourism sector, and domestic visitors are encouraged to explore the best of British destinations this summer, Dr Karen Thomas, Dr Daniel O’Donoghue & Dr Julie Scott explore some of the stark realities facing businesses dependent upon international visitors and how this could impact more widely across regional economies of the UK.
Academics from across different faculties question whether the recent Public Health England reports have made any ground-breaking revelations around the inequalities faced by BAME people during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.
Shola Osinaike and Dr Lorna Thomas explore how the hospitality business can bounce back after lockdown.