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The life of a servant: less Downton, more downtrodden

20 June 2013

Servant lives a century ago consisted of backbreaking work, long hours, low pay and often complete segregation from their superiors, says dr pamela cox, director of the esrc doctoral training centre a...

Trust me - I'm a politician

20 May 2013

Politicians will find it hard to persuade voters to trust them more because there's a big gap between the kinds of behaviour the two camps think of as unethical, according to new research

Staying safe online

14 May 2013

The visualisation and other methods of expression (vome) project developed new methods to raise public awareness about internet security, an issue highlighted with today's celebration of safer interne...

New online tool for language researchers

14 May 2013

The new instruments for research into second language learning (iris) database allows any language researcher to upload and download materials free of charge

Researchers team up with Google to explore data

14 May 2013

The google data analytics social science research initiative will explore how publicly accessible online data, analytical and presentational tools can answer pressing social science questions

Fuelling growth with public investments

14 May 2013

Professor david newberry argues that public investment in the right areas will fuel uk economic growth - with the short-term impact of giving work to domestic private companies who will create jobs

Putting toilets on the map with open data

13 May 2013

The great british public toilet map has been developed as part of an esrc-funded research project tackling ageing continence through theory tools and technology (tact3), automatically tracking council...

Opinion: The net effect

09 October 2012

Professor helen margetts assesses how the internet has made a difference to collective action, participation and protest.

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