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portraying the darker sides of motherhood on the page and the screen

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poor mental health among doctoral researchers – new research

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a story of monstrous egos and toxic rivalries

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Africa faces an uphill battle against western emissions to combat climate change

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Author : Bashar Al Shawa, PhD Student in Architecture, University of Bath It’s been claimed that technology is the answer to the climate crisis. By eventually separating...

The flagging UK car industry is moving too slowly on battery production to compete...

Author : David Bailey, Professor of Business Economics, University of Birmingham Car manufacturing in the UK stalled dramatically last year. The head of the industry trade body...

Meat and dairy gobble up farming subsidies worldwide, which is bad for your health...

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