Third of UK research outputs published open access, report finds

More than a third of UK research outputs are now freely available to the world at the point of publication, new research has found.

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Gove promises that UK law will recognise animal sentience , but...

As Michael Gove promises UK law will recognise animal sentience, Dr Alasdair Cochran writes that there is still cause for concern.

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Sheffield academics host exhibition to tackle taboo of early-life loss

Academics from the University of Sheffield, are this week, (5-14 December) hosting an exhibition in the city to challenge taboos surrounding still birth, miscarriage and sudden infant death syndrome.

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The Autumn Budget: What our experts say

Academics from across the Faculty, including Prof Lenny Koh, Prof Gwilym Pryce, Prof Tony Crook and Dr Craig Berry, react to the Chancellor's Autumn Budget.

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Three ways to avoid loneliness this Christmas

Dr Andrea Wigfield and Dr Sarah Alden look at three ways people can engage with their communities to ensure no one is lonely this Christmas.

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School of Law academic receives talented young Italians award

Dr Francesca Strumia, a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law, has received a prestigious Talented Young Italians Award from the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK and the Italian Embassy.

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