How your brainwaves could be used in criminal trials

Author : Michel Funicelli, Lecturer in Policing, Teesside University American Kevin Strickland was exonerated after spending 42 years in prison for being wrongfully convicted of a triple...

Insulate Britain or miss net zero

Author : Jack Marley, Environment + Energy Editor, UK edition The UK is failing to enact the policies that would put it on track to reach net...

why women’s football remains dominated by the men’s game

Author : Christina Philippou, Principal Lecturer, Accounting and Financial Management, University of Portsmouth Just over a hundred years ago, women in England were effectively banned from playing...

Polio was recently detected in sewage in the UK – here’s what else scientists...

Author : Leon Danon, Associate Professor in Infectious Disease Modelling and Data Analytics, University of Bristol We recently learned that poliovirus had been detected in sewage in...

Ukraine invasion suggests Putin is more Vladimir the Reactionary than Peter the Great

Author : Olivia Durand, Postdoctoral associate in history, University of Oxford Vladimir Putin’s recent evocation of the military successes of 18th-century tsar Peter the Great against Sweden...

Depeche Mode keyboardist Andrew Fletcher died of an aortic dissection – here’s what it...

Author : Adam Taylor, Professor and Director of the Clinical Anatomy Learning Centre, Lancaster University It was revealed this week that Depeche Mode keyboardist Andrew “Fletch” Fletcher,...

G7 and Nato summits lay bare deep and hostile divide between Russia and China...

Author : Stefan Wolff, Professor of International Security, University of Birmingham Against a backdrop of unprecedented turmoil – the first major war in Europe in three decades,...

why human rights eroded so dramatically in the past two years

Author : Eric Yan-ho Lai, Hong Kong Law Fellow, Center for Asian Law, Georgetown University; PhD Candidate in Law, SOAS, University of London July 1 marks the...

how young people are taking action to make things better

Author : Caron Gentry, Professor Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Arts, Design and Social Sciences, Northumbria University, Newcastle All too often, hope is equated to a desire for something...

Women are still less likely to aspire to leadership in business, despite decades of...

Author : Ekaterina Netchaeva, Assistant Professor, Bocconi University The gender gap in pay, positions and even pensions for working women is well-established, but research shows that a...