Category: Press

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The use of AI is increasing fast and it is likely to have a huge impact on our working and personal lives in the future. Professor Ian Turner, from the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Derby, looks at what AI is, and how we can prepare to live with it and get the most out of it.

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On Safer Internet Day (6 February 2024), Dr Peter Macaulay, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Derby, explores how research is helping to shape new approaches to tackle the growing issue of cyberbullying.

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The University of Derby's Professor Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes explores the steps businesses are taking to create more environmentally sustainable supply chains - and what more needs to be done.

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Dr Phil Burton-Cartledge, Sociology Lecturer at the University of Derby, explores the rationale behind the surprise appointment of David Cameron in Rishi Sunak’s cabinet reshuffle. 

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Dr Elizabeth Marsh, Associate Professor in Cellular and Molecular Biology at the University of Derby, explains how a simple self-screening check could help catch head and neck cancer early. 

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Whether you are planning a holiday or staycation this summer, Dr William Van Gordon, Associate Professor of Contemplative Psychology at the University of Derby, provides tips on how to make the most of your break and truly relax.

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Here are some top tips on making that all important call on results day and how to make a good impression when going through Clearing.

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With the 75th anniversary of the National Health Service and the recently-announced NHS Long Term Workforce Plan, Dr Denise Baker, Pro Vice-Chancellor Dean of the College of Health, Psychology and Social Care at the University of Derby, discusses what measures are needed to ensure the longevity of the NHS. 

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Chrissie Rowell, researcher and lecturer in Marketing at the University of Derby, discusses how managing screen time is an ongoing issue for parents of young children and how they can encourage healthier habits and more moderated use of screens.

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Dennis Hayes, Professor of Education and Director of Academics for Academic Freedom at the University of Derby, explores the implications of the new Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Act.