Research News

Friday 22 February 2019

Debate on creating a regional higher education network

The University of Wolverhampton will host an open debate on forming a Regional Higher Education Policy Network in the Midlands.

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Wednesday 13 February 2019

Research Matters

The latest edition of the University of Wolverhampton's research focused magazine, Research Matters, is out now, celebrating research success and opportunities.

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Friday 25 January 2019

Project aims to transform teaching of languages in Palestine

An innovative research project led by the University of Wolverhampton to transform the teaching of languages in Palestine has received a £70,000 boost.

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Friday 25 January 2019

New online seminar series to focus on migrant communities

The issues facing people from migrant communities will be the focus of a new research project at the University of Wolverhampton.

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Thursday 24 January 2019

Black Country smell and memory research findings revealed

The University of Wolverhampton is set to reveal the findings of its recent research project to understand what specific smells belong to the Black Country

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Wednesday 23 January 2019

The Change of life project: Deaf women and the menopause

Last year two workshops were conducted by Sarah Bown from the University of Wolverhampton in partnership with BID Services, focussing on the menopause as experienced by Deaf and hard of hearing women.

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Tuesday 22 January 2019

Renowned neuro-oncology Professor retires after 41 years

A renowned neuro-oncologist has retired from the University of Wolverhampton after a long and fruitful career.

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Friday 11 January 2019

Research to help schools make most of lunch hours

Researchers will investigate the notion of 'culinary capital' in relation to school lunch times and their impact on pupils.

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Friday 11 January 2019

BLOG: Now is time for change in adult education policy

One hundred years on from a ground-breaking report into adult education, Professor of Education, Sir Alan Tuckett, calls for a major policy rethink.

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Friday 11 January 2019

BLOG: How Andy Murray can cope with diminished expectations

Just like any athlete that comes back from injury, Andy Murray is in the period of uncertainty of ‘How long have I got to go?’ How much can I put upon my body and asking himself ‘Am I enjoying playing

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Thursday 20 December 2018

Innovative project will keep employees safer in the workplace

Researchers will improve emergency communication in noisy working environments as part of a new €361,901 project led by the University of Wolverhampton.

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Thursday 20 December 2018

Research highlights impact of female-authored scientific studies

Scientific studies published by female authors attracted more student readers than those by male authors, a new study has revealed.

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Tuesday 11 December 2018

Professor makes impact for dance science research

A University of Wolverhampton Professor has made an impact in the world of dance science research by scooping two awards recently.

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Friday 07 December 2018

Research on creative approaches to criminal justice highlighted in national report

University of Wolverhampton research on the positive impact of arts and culture in offender rehabilitation has been highlighted in a national report.

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Tuesday 04 December 2018

Email alerts trigger heightened brain responses, new study shows

The sound of email alerts triggers heightened responses in the brain and could be damaging to work-life balance, psychologists have discovered.

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Friday 30 November 2018

Trade Union role vital for future job security, research shows

Trade Unions have a vital role to play in securing job futures in foreign-owned UK firms, according to academics.

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Thursday 22 November 2018

New research confirms children absorb behaviours which embed gender stereotypes

Nursery activities such as dressing up, football and storytime can be coded as either male or female pursuits and limit children’s attitudes to equality, a new study has warned.

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Thursday 15 November 2018

Research into the role of men in childcare

New research by University of Wolverhampton experts looking at the role of men in childcare settings is to be launched.

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Wednesday 14 November 2018

Male Contraception Research on the Horizon

A new form of male contraception and enhanced fertility treatments could both soon be a reality thanks to pioneering research work. Watch an interview with the scientists on BBC Two's Horizon.

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Wednesday 14 November 2018

How the Black Country Smells - BBC Radio 3

Staff and students from the School of Humanities involved in the 'Snidge Scrumpin' project launched their 'Mapping Smell and Memory in the Black Country' in London recently.

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