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how the fabled Midlands interchange put Birmingham on the map

Author : Michael Dring, Senior Lecturer in Architecture, Birmingham City University For half a century, Gravelly Hill Interchange – affectionately known as Spaghetti Junction – has divided...

Why Seventh-day Adventists are so often vegan or vegetarian

Author : Tamas Lestar, Senior Lecturer in Responsible Management & Leadership, University of Winchester Christianity is often regarded as a staunch opponent of veganism – after all,...

the person’s body may be frozen, but their minds are not – new study

Author : Jonathan Rogers, Wellcome Trust Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry, UCL Occasionally, as a doctor, I am asked to see a patient in the emergency department who...

world’s biggest port is returning to normal, but supply chains will get worse before...

Author : Sarah Schiffling, Senior Lecturer in Supply Chain Management, Liverpool John Moores University Shanghai is slowly emerging from a gruelling COVID lockdown that has all but...

UK’s net zero target is under threat because there’s no plan to pay for...

Author : Dr Keith Baker, Researcher in Fuel Poverty and Energy Policy, Built Environment Asset Management (BEAM) Centre, Glasgow Caledonian University The UK government’s plan for achieving...

radical activists benefit social movements – history shows why

Author : Heather Alberro, Lecturer in Global Sustainable Development, Nottingham Trent University Wynn Bruce set himself on fire on April 22 2022 – Earth Day. His self-immolation...

Why Britain really can’t afford to cut civil servants right now

Author : Paul Whiteley, Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex A letter leaked to the BBC has revealed that the UK government aims to cut up...

some countries are protecting contacts with the smallpox vaccine, which uses humanity’s only domesticated...

Author : Ben Krishna, Postdoctoral Researcher, Immunology and Virology, University of Cambridge The good news about monkeypox is that it doesn’t spread that well between humans. Because...

COVID nasal sprays could offer advantages over traditional vaccines – a virologist explains how...

Author : Connor Bamford, Research Fellow, Virology, Queen's University Belfast As new waves of omicron infections continue to hit around the world, it’s becoming clearer that COVID...

the challenges ahead for the new president Marcos

Author : Tom Smith, Principal Lecturer in International Relations & Academic Director of the Royal Air Force College Cranwell, University of Portsmouth The prospects for the Philippines...