Category: Science

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Dr Philip Clarke, Lecturer in Psychology at University of Derby Online Learning, discusses what England need to do to stay calm in the World Cup semi-final.

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With World Oceans Day today highlighting the issue of plastic pollution, Dr Michael Sweet, Associate Professor in Aquatic Biology at the University of Derby, looks at the impact plastic has on coral and other marine life.   

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What is it like to work on a murder investigation? Tony Blockley and Sanita Nezirovic at the University of Derby, discuss.

The BBC's Blue Planet 2 was a huge wake-up call about the damage we're doing to the oceans through our excessive use of plastic.

Dr Philip Clarke, Lecturer in Psychology at University of Derby Online Learning, discusses time management in the first phase of psychological support for cyclist Leigh Timmis.

Ahead of Leigh Timmis' Guinness World Record attempt for the fastest cycle across mainland Europe, Dr Philip Clarke and Dr Mark Faghy provide insight into the strategies incorporated into an elite athlete's training programme.

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Dr Polina Baranova at the University of Derby shares her tips for businesses to 'stay ahead of the curve' by being green and competitive. 

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Adam Hill, Senior Lecturer in Audio Engineering, explains how his research can predict the health of coral reefs using underwater virtual bass algorithms.

Space is a complex term but what does it actually mean and why does it matter? David Crouch, Cultural Geography expert at the University of Derby, explores.