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Essex graduate Harriet Tyley chats to us about working in London aquarium
03 November 2021
Part two of Dr Camille Cronin's series for Menopause Awareness Month looks at supporting women's wellbeing during the menopause.
Dr Camille Cronin
20 October 2021
In the latest episode of the Louder than Words Podcast, Professor Jules Pretty journalist Martha Dixon look at sustainability – in what we eat – and how we use our land. Academics from the University of Essex show us how they’re helping farmers meet our needs while saving the planet. They discover how Essex researchers are helping the reintroduction of beavers into habitats in the UK and how scientists are increasing crop yields to help feed our growing population.
Professor Jules Pretty
15 October 2021
Our second year Sports Therapy students helped runners after they’d completed the London Marathon.
14 October 2021
Essex computer scientist secures YERUN Mobility Award to collaborate with University of Bremen
07 October 2021
Dr Jozef Simenko, from the Essex Pathways department at the University of Essex, explains why taekwondo was such a massive hit at the Tokyo Paralympics.
Dr Jozef Simenko
24 September 2021
Chances are you’ve met a narcissist. Someone who thinks they’re better than everyone else, dominates the conversation and loves the limelight. But scientists are increasingly realising that not all narcissists are the same – some are, in fact, extremely insecure. Dr Nikhila Mahadevan explains.
Dr Nikhila Mahadevan
06 August 2021
The School of Life Sciences hosted an open conversation on inequality in science and what Universities can do to improve diversity and inclusion in our field.
Liz Lee Reynolds
13 July 2021
Dr Alexei Vernitski,
Dr Rebecca Alegbo from the School of Health and Social Care explains what inclusive pedagogy is, and why it's important.
Dr Rebecca Alegbo
08 July 2021