We can overcome the tyranny of inaccessible science hardware by building a movement for equity in science.
We need to imagine new types of borders in this era of fervent fence building.
What you end up remembering isn’t always what you have witnessed.
Alternative facts owe more to Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World than Orwell's 1984.
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Science cannot ensure a sustainable future for the world’s population on its own. Artists are needed as well.
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Rather than opting for an apocalyptic rhetoric or messages of fear, Planet Earth employs a 'positive' narrative that can generate a bigger impact.
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Women have always had to fight gender rules in order to gain power.
Lessons from the Soviet Union reveal how we can fret about climate change and celebrate Heathrow's expansion at the same time.
Pre-war life in Brussels.
The execution of austere British nurse Edith Cavell in World War I inspired music, art, poetry, propaganda - but no weeping.
Academics need to work together to solve the world’s big problems.
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We need to know what 'good' interdisciplinary research looks like.
It’s now ok to step out of line.
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Academics love games. We can’t resist playing them – but the Research Excellence Framework (REF) is our favourite. As the results of the UK’s 2014 assessment of university research are digested, academics…