Robert Halfon MP, Chair of the Education Select Committee, gave the keynote speech at our Degree Apprenticeship event on Monday 23 April 2018. The text of his speech is […]
Here’s a simple question for this fine Tuesday morning – are you happy? A deceptively simple question, but it is one that many of us may find it difficult to reply […]
Tom started work as a care assistant before embarking on an apprenticeship followed by a cybersecurity degree at Teesside University. In this Q+A for National Apprenticeship Week 2018 he discusses ...
My life as a female entrepreneur started with a cleaning company. Not everyone can afford a cleaner every week, but who wouldn’t want to come home on the occasional Friday […]
My first memory of how some people treat girls differently to boys was when I was around four years old. I had an older male cousin who passed down toys […]
One of the pressing issues that the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal drew our attention to was the difficulties faced by women in accessing products to manage their periods with dignity. […]
Jack Bishop, 21, studied an Aerospace Software Engineering Degree Apprenticeship with BAE Systems at the University of Central Lancashire. In this Q&A blog for National Apprenticeship Week 2018...
The survival rate of UK cancer patients has doubled in the last half century. But non-selective radiation treatment may cause damage to healthy cells and tissue. In Salford NanoLab, within […]
The latest in our series of blogs for World Cancer Day 2018 looks at the work of Dr Melanie Flint from the University of Brighton to investigate the relationship between […]
Although great progress in the management and treatment of cancer has been made, the need for better approaches for the early diagnosis and better treatment of this terrible disease remains. [&hell...