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A-level results and B-level coverage

15 April 2015

The press coverage of a-level results is extensive, regardless of the pattern of results, according to research - but stories follow predictable templates

Science: still no child's play

14 April 2015

Young people show little interest in science careers, and many children rarely take part in science-related activities, according to findings

Award-winning drilling in virtual teeth

27 February 2015

A tooth drilling simulator part-funded by the esrc has been awarded the prestigious bett award for innovation in ict. The simulator enables dentist students to practice on virtual 3d teeth - without t...

Financial skills key for female executives

12 December 2014

Having a financial background can greatly enhance the career prospects of women in business - helping them to converse in the 'language of business' and prove their credibility, according to a new stu...

Babies of blind mothers more skilled at communication

14 February 2014

Far from being disadvantaged, babies of blind mothers develop communication and attention skills than their peers, according to research by dr atsushi senju. He found no signs of autistic-like behavio...

Project helps charities evaluate their outreach work

20 September 2013

A new esrc-funded project is improving opportunities for children in london. Project oracle: children and youth evidence hub is helping charities evaluate their outreach work, so that money can go tow...

Delayed motherhood due to longer education

11 July 2013

British women are increasingly having children at a later age – and longer time in education and training is a major factor, shows research from the esrc centre for population change (cpc)

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