Young Britons more right-wing than previous generations, study says

Young people in Britain are more right-wing and authoritarian in their political views than previous generations, a new study of political attitudes has revealed.

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Research project to make sure kids have vital digital skills

Researchers in the Faculty are involved in an innovative project which will ensure young children develop the kinds of skills and knowledge relevant for a digital future.

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Face-to-face meetings key to maximising research impact

Face-to-face meetings between academics and civil servants which start from policy-makers’ needs are vital in maximising the impact of academic research, according to a new report .

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Sound planners could transform urban environments, report says

new generation of sound planners could transform cities making them more attractive and economically successful, according to a major European research project.

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Researchers to give a voice to children living with life limiting impairments

A new research project that will let children and young people with life limiting or life threatening conditions tell their own life stories through the arts has received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

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Sheffield Solutions brief: A Recipe For Parliamentary Impact

Kate Dommett, Marc Geddes and Brenton Prosser have produced an academic guide for effective engagement with Parliament.

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