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heavy rain now might be a serious problem for the UK’s parched landscape

Author : Rob Thompson, Postdoctoral Research Scientist in Meteorology, University of Reading Large areas of the UK have officially entered a drought, as searing summer temperatures grip...

How to fix the pensions triple lock but still protect pensioners from high inflation

Author : Carl Emmerson, Deputy Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies Plans to increase state pension payments in line with inflation have been reinstated by the UK government...

Did Sweden’s controversial COVID strategy pay off? In many ways it did – but...

Author : Emma Frans, Senior research specialist, C8 Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet As much of the world shut down early in the COVID...

how representations of dreams and nightmares have changed over time

Author : Karl Bell, Reader in Cultural History, University of Portsmouth As Netflix’s new series, The Sandman, notes, we spend a third of our lives in sleep...

Expanded access to solar power in Africa can stimulate economic development – but there...

Author : Ben Radley, Lecturer in International Development, University of Bath UN Sustainable Development Goal 7 aspires to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy...

climatarian, flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan?

Author : Mark Maslin, Professor of Earth System Science, UCL The food we consume has a massive impact on our planet. Agriculture takes up half the habitable...
Why is it Important To Get Formal and Certified Eyelash Extension Training?

Why is it Important To Get Formal and Certified Eyelash Extension Training?

When aestheticians consider starting a lash extension business, they must focus on getting a certificate from a renowned eyelash extension training centre. A lash extension specialist without a proper...

Five myths about the partition of British India – and what really happened

Author : Navtej K Purewal, Professor of Political Sociology and Development Studies, SOAS University of London, SOAS, University of London This August marks 75 years since the...

how an AI algorithm detects related brain abnormalities – new research

Author : Konrad Wagstyl, Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow, Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, UCL Around 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy. While anti-seizure medications are available...

why French households are largely protected from soaring costs while British families struggle

Author : Renaud Foucart, Senior Lecturer in Economics, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University British households are bracing for a winter of massive energy price increases. The...