As Donald Trump takes the oath of office and delivers his inaugural address today, Senior Lecturer in International Politics, Dr Adam Quinn, asks whether he will show discipline and self-restraint once in the White House?
This is what it looks like when you're characterising gold nanoparticles by illuminating them with a 488nm laser on the Nanosight instrument and tracking the scattered light.
A bit of jiggery-pokery using the Stokes-Einstein equation then gives us the particle properties.
According to research scientist Dr. Sunil Vinceró Claire anyway! We just think it's a fabulous capture.
Virtual Reality is being used by the military to replicate conditions of real world combat to help train recruits.
Professor Bob Stone talks to BBC Radio Five Live about how VR costs much less and how it is safer than current training systems.
It's that time again - final year students across the UK are being asked to complete the National Student Survey and help future students make decisions about the university they choose.
And we have a money-can't-buy prize incentive for our students to fill out the simple survey - a chance to win a VIP Graduation Package AND a trip up our clock tower Old Joe,
For a chance to enter you just... View details ⇨
"The Gambia’s presidential election crisis has been of particular personal interest for me. Between 2013 and 2014 I lived in the country as a law lecturer at the University of The Gambia. The experience was a fantastic one and helped me to understand why the country and its inhabitants are affectionately referred to as the 'smiling face of Africa'".
The government and employers need to do more to help those on lower incomes to start saving, a new report from the University has said.
Professor Karen Rowlingson, co-author of the report, said: ‘It is extremely difficult for those ‘just about managing’ to save and they get very little support to do this. The government spends a tiny amount of money on supporting people on lower incomes to... View details ⇨
Problems in the NHS have been described by the British Red Cross as a “humanitarian crisis”.
But what are the facts behind the headlines?
Professor of Health Policy and Management, Judith Smith writes for The Conversation, alongside experts from the University of York and King's College London.