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Number of items: 61.

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ACKRILL, R., 2015. Fact check: would the UK be better off leaving the EU? The Conversation.

ACKRILL, R., 2015. Five myths about Europe that need busting before the British general election. The Conversation.

ACKRILL, R., 2015. Jack Straw and the sticky business of sugar lobbying. The Conversation.

ACKRILL, R., 2015. Manifesto check: Plaid bites off more than it can chew with ambitious food plans. The Conversation.

ACKRILL, R., 2015. Manifesto check: pro-GM but anti-EU, UKIP could cost UK farming. The Conversation.

AL-HABAIBEH, A., 2015. Could traditional architecture offer relief from soaring temperatures in the Gulf? The Conversation.

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BRAITHWAITE, N., 2015. From crowns and lace to bubble bath necklaces - the morphing meaning of luxury. The Conversation.

BRAITHWAITE, N., 2015. Health warning: five fashion trends that are terrible for you. The Conversation.

BRAITHWAITE, N., 2015. What your shoes say about you (quite a lot, actually). The Conversation.

BRAITHWAITE, N., 2015. The history of shoes has been frivolous, ridiculous and extreme. The Conversation.

BROWN, D., 2015. From comets to planets near and far, space probes reveal the universe. The Conversation.

BROWN, D., 2015. Now that’s a close shave: secrets of the Halloween asteroid headed for Earth. The Conversation.

BROWN, D., 2015. Russian spacecraft falling to Earth poses no danger – we have survived bigger objects. The Conversation.

BROWN, D., 2015. What is the biggest star in the Universe? The Conversation.

BROWN, D., 2015. The first space walk happened 50 years ago, and nearly ended in disaster. The Conversation.

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DISNEY, J., 2015. Manifesto check: Plaid using old policy for its new transport vision. The Conversation.

DUNN, A.K., 2015. Why do we forget? Psychology Review, 21 (1), pp. 8-9. ISSN 1750-3469

DWIVEDI, Y.K., RANA, N.P., SIMINTIRAS, A.C. and LAL, B., 2015. Digital India programme: a public administration reformation initiative. Yojana, 59, pp. 28-34. ISSN 0971-8400

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GENTILE, A., ZHANG, Z. and CIRAVEGNA, F., 2015. Early steps towards web scale information extraction with LODIE. AI Magazine, 36 (1), pp. 55-64. ISSN 0738-4602

GENTLE, L.K., 2015. Five lessons in seduction from the males of the animal kingdom. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2015. Meet the Lazarus creatures – six species we thought were extinct, but aren’t. The Conversation.

GENTLE, L.K., 2015. Some shape-shifting animals that can morph to fool others. The Conversation.

GRIFFITHS, M.D., 2015. Accentuating the video positives. Nottingham Post, p. 14. ISSN 2044-3331

GUEST, D. and BLAGDEN, N., 2015. Qualitative vs quantitative methods. , pp. 14-15. ISSN 1750-3469

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HARDY, A., 2015. Why has the number of teenagers taking design and technology GCSE dropped? The Conversation.

HAYES, N., 2015. Did the Tories come up with the idea of the NHS first? The Conversation.

HAYES, N., 2015. Nottingham's home for heroes. East Midlands History & Heritage (2), pp. 26-28.

HENN, M., 2015. After Greece, the UK is next in line for an electoral shake-up. The Conversation.

HENN, M., 2015. Hard evidence: will young people vote, and does it even matter? The Conversation.

HUNT, K.J., 2015. Camera, gun, eyes: seeing fear in the photography of war. The Huffington Post.

HUNT, K.J., 2015. Political storytelling and the land of make-believe [online]. The Huffington Post.

HUNT, K.J., 2015. Star Wars: escapist fantasy or dream of the future? The Conversation.

HUNT, K.J., 2015. Why satirical dismissiveness dominates political imagery. The Huffington Post.

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IRETON, E., 2015. Waiting for Chilcot: are threats from families and politicians really the answer? The Conversation.

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LAWTON, C., 2015. When it comes to jobs, it’s quality not quantity that matters. The Conversation.

LOTFI, A., 2015. How 3D printing helped robots tackle their greatest obstacle: stairs. The Conversation.

LOTFI, A., 2015. Miniaturisation will lead to 'smart spaces' and blur the line between on and offline. The Conversation.

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MAIER, D., 2015. Purdah. .

MOFFATT, P., 2015. SRA and the Law Society: a case of the tail wagging the dog? The Times. ISSN 0140-0460

MURPHY, P., 2015. Flood response hit by regional austerity cuts. The Conversation.

MURPHY, P., 2015. Plans to merge fire and police services have dodged proper scrutiny. Putting police in charge of firefighters could lead to neglect of emergency services – something the sham public consultation failed to mention. The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077

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NEWTON, A., 2015. Why we shouldn’t dismiss the idea of women-only carriages. The Conversation.

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O'CONNOR, P., 2015. Atheism must be about more than just not believing in God. The Conversation.

O'CONNOR, P., 2015. Toiling, triumphing and terraforming: a review of Ridley Scott’s The Martian. Unknown Magazine.

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ROBSON, J., 2015. Crown Court: structured mayhem better than complete mayhem. The Times. ISSN 0140-0460

ROBSON, J., 2015. How Michael Gove is changing the tune on justice reform. The Conversation.

ROSS, S., 2015. Explainer: what is emotional intelligence and why do you need it? The Conversation.

ROSS, S., 2015. Lessons from business for the would-be Labour leaders. The Conversation.

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SHIN, H.D., 2015. Five ways we can harness the original renewable energy source - human power. The Conversation.

SJÖLIN, C. and GERRY, F., 2015. Global standards on sexual violence will get more women into work. The Conversation.

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TEOH, K., HASSARD, J. and SHUN, C.L., 2015. Working patterns, patient outcomes and doctor health: does it matter? Malaysian Medical Gazette.

TSILIGIRIS, V., 2015. Transnational education 2.0. University World News (392). ISSN 1756-297X

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UNDERHILL, N., 2015. Boko Haram will talk up links to Islamic State, but joint activity is unlikely. .

UNDERHILL, N., 2015. Government appears helpless as hundreds of young Britons click through to jihad. The Conversation.

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VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L., 2015. How looking at bad polls can show Labour how to win the next election. The Conversation.

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L., 2015. If you want to know who will win the election, ask a gambler. Daily Telegraph. ISSN 0307-1235

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L., 2015. The Nobel Prize prediction industry: far from perfect, but pretty impressive. The Conversation.

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L., 2015. Same-sex ruling was no surprise to Supreme Court gamblers - and shouldn’t be to you either. The Conversation.

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L., 2015. What happened to MH370? Prediction markets might give us the answer. The Conversation.

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L., 2015. Why the polls got it so wrong in the British election. The Conversation.

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WITTEL, A., 2015. What is anarchism all about? The Conversation.

This list was generated on Fri Feb 3 09:45:44 2023 UTC.