Thinking Allowed explores how society works, with leading social science experts.
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14 May 2018
Ever wondered what our research students from the school of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences do in the labs? Check...
28 Mar 2018
Detainees at Yarl's Wood don't know how long they will be held at the facility before being removed from the UK. And...
27 Mar 2018
The skills you learn knitting could come in handy putting a helicopter together. The OU's Claudia Eckert explains why.
27 Feb 2018
By Linda Geddes
Triple chronology appears to have positive results in treating some people with depression. Staying awake for better...
14 Feb 2018
By Dr Tim Lomas
Tim Lomas explored the world's languages and discovered words for types of love with no English equivalent. He...
14 Feb 2018
By Daniela Scur
Research shows the first causal evidence that dynastic family firms have worse management practices, says Daniela...
07 Feb 2018
Blue chat for a blue day: collecting some thoughts on the marketing wheeze that is Blue Monday.
12 Jan 2018
DNA and archaology are coming together to reveal how multicultural a great Empire was.
11 Jan 2018
Dave Rotherey explains the implications of new research into the clay surface of Mars.
22 Dec 2017