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The European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)

19 January 2011

The overall aims of the european union's €53 billion seventh framework programme (fp7) 2007-13, is "to strengthen industrial competitiveness and meet the research needs of other community policies, th...

2010 Michael Young prize winner announced

24 January 2011

The winner of the 2010 michael young prize has been announced as dr ann le mare for her work on the impact of fair trade on the wellbeing of women, businesses and organisations in bangladesh. This pre...

A leap forward in addiction awareness and control

24 January 2011

A study by a team of researchers at bangor university has designed and tested two programmes that help problem drinkers curb their alcohol abuse. The study shows positive results after drinkers have f...

Award-winning study helps flashing lights go green

24 January 2011

The winner of the 2010 economic and social research council (esrc) knowledge transfer partnership prize for the best application of social or management science has saved the bradford and airedale tea...

Christopher Pissarides wins economic Nobel

24 January 2011

Professor chris pissarides of the london school of economics has been awarded the sveriges riksbank prize in economic sciences in memory of alfred nobel, jointly with professors peter diamond and dale...

Don't privatise banks too soon!

24 January 2011

Initial findings carried out under the esrc's world economy and finance research programme which comes to a conclusion with a conference in london on 28 january 2010 - a paper presented warns against...

Family memories exhibition

24 January 2011

Members of the public are being invited to share their memories of key turning points in their lives at an exhibition in london, as part of a national study of family life across the generations.

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