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Archaeology and Anthropology

Tang Xianzu: The ‘Chinese’ Shakespeare

A recent article by ‘Quartz’ online has stated that ‘Archaeologists have found the tomb of Chi...

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Medicine

Back down to earth: Astrophysics techniques to treat disease

Seb Oliver and Peter Hurley are professors of astrophysics at the University of Sussex.  Peter Hurl...

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Linguistics

Protecting pluralism: the resistance to Putin’s cultural homogenisation

In October 2017, Sergey Zheleznyak of Russia’s State Duma Committee on International Affairs spoke...

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Classics

Historical PTSD: Did Achilles have a weakness beyond his feet?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is considered by many to have only gained due recognition in r...

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English Literature

The Smell of Rebellion: female rage in children’s literature

In recent years, there has been a huge surge in the publication of feminist children’s books. Thes...

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Earth Sciences

Not so chilly: how global warming is most apparent where it’s coldest

Despite being the fifth largest continent, Antarctica has remained the most distant and remote place...

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Anglo-Saxon Norse and Celtic

‘Say cheese’: Why Anglo-Saxon smiles are useful to us today

The grins of Anglo-Saxon children might seem like something fleeting and insignificant, but they act...

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Human Sciences

Mongolian molars: The first veterinary dentistry.

William Taylor of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History has recently carried out...

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Computer Science

Riemann resolved: Atiyah claims proof of hypothesis.

The British-Lebanese mathematician Sir Michael Atiyah spoke at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum on 24th...

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Economics

Is food waste inevitable for a viable food economy?

Discussion around the waste of food predominates at the end of the supply chain, the supermarket she...

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Architecture

Budd the Bodyguard supports Brutalism

Fans of the hit BBC series the Bodyguard will be engrossed by the continual twists and turns of its ...

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Biomedical Sciences

Will an aspirin a day really keep the doctor away?

Millions of people across the world are regularly taking ‘low dose’ (typically 81 milligrams) as...

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