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What causes air pollution? Is it linked to climate change? And is our focus on outdoor air quality, and activities like the school run, correct? Emeritus Professor Ian Colbeck answers the key questions.
11 May 2021
We’re a university where taking yourself out of your comfort zone, being open to new ideas and pushing the boundaries is a way of life. But how well do you know what’s going on in your own mind and body? Now more than ever, it’s important to reclaim some space for yourself. Take some time out and try these mindfulness practices.
School of Health and Social Care
29 April 2021
Hear from Sally Burrows who is co-producing a research proposal with Traveller communities, health workers, and policy makers. She discusses the difficulties of building trust virtually, as well as finding an appropriate channel for communication, particularly during a pandemic..
19 April 2021
Dr Camille Cronin shares an insight into her role as a nurse educator, and her clinical practice within primary care and the vaccine programme throughout the pandemic.
Dr Camille Cronin
Five ways boredom could be changing your behaviour, for better or worse
Dr Wijnand Van Tilburg
07 April 2021
Research science is a backbone to Greenpeace's work, providing a basis for their campaigns and highlighting areas that need attention.
Liz Lee Reynolds
29 March 2021
To celebrate World Oral Health Day 202, Abigail Goodyear shares with us her top tips for being #proudofyourmouth
16 March 2021
To celebrate Women in STEM, we’re sharing the stories of inspiring female role models and their cutting-edge work.
08 March 2021
Republished from The Conversation, Professor Ian Colbeck, of the School of Life Sciences at the University of Essex, explains why ventilating indoor spaces could help us save lives.
Professor Ian Colbeck
11 February 2021
How to bond with your kids according to neuroscience
04 February 2021