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Creating marine reserves to tackle overfishing

Published on February 17, 2015
...tol research was also used by the Marine Conservation Society, acting with environmental lawyers, to successfully challenge the UK government on its failure to regulate fishing according to the EU Habitats Directive. This protects wildlife and their habitats in a network of so-called ‘Natura 2000’ sites within member states who each regulate activities within their own sites. However, they have not typically regulated fishing. As a result of the l... Read more »

Mind the gap report – Aston University case study

Published on October 13, 2015
...pgemini staff are mobile, often spending significant periods of time on client sites away from their base office. A blended learning approach with the majority of teaching delivered at a distance was essential. An added benefit was that this required less physical space and capital spend. The program began in April 2014 and was later extended to a full level 4-6 integrated BSc Degree Apprenticeship delivered over four and a half years. The Degree... Read more »

Capturing Chernobyl’s growing wildlife

Published on December 22, 2016
...on on the wildlife of Chernobyl is that the findings are difficult to independently verify. Technological advances in photographic and acoustic recording techniques provided an opportunity for us to use ‘unbiased observers’ to capture data. Thus our research is delivering new findings on the effects of radiation on Chernobyl wildlife which, for the first time, are fully independently verifiable. Our analysis to date has demonstrated that the large... Read more »

Spaces that inspire

Published on November 1, 2017
...e impact of our leaving the European Union. A significant proportion has been spent on creating new academic space with the emphasis on providing the cutting-edge learning and teaching environments required to attract students in what has become and is likely to remain a highly competitive market. Opportunities also exist through the ongoing annual refurbishment of existing teaching spaces where modest investment often results in a much improved e... Read more »

Gold nanobullets fight cancer

Published on February 22, 2018
...mage to healthy cells and tissue. In Salford NanoLab, within the School of Environment and Life Sciences at the University of Salford, Dr Krpetic’s research team is working to minimise this through nanotechnology. The use of nanotechnology in cancer treatment and diagnostics is not new. Dr Zeljka Krpetic, lecturer in Physical Chemistry, University of Salford To date, several kinds of nanoparticle carriers (nanomedicine) have been developed with th... Read more »

British Academy join our call to look beyond salary-led definitions of value

Published on December 4, 2019
...t graduates should be earning. Nevertheless, when the findings of the Independent Panel chaired by Sir Philip Augar were published in May, the then Education Secretary Damian Hinds did seem to interpret ‘low value’ degrees as those where graduates were not earning £25,000 after five years, meaning they had not started to repay their student loans. This is problematic from a purely statistical point of view. As we know well, we cannot all be ‘above... Read more »