Blogs from Fellows and the team
By Suzanne Smith | 1 Oct 2018 |
Abusive Head Trauma (AHT), also known as Shaken Baby Syndrome, is a devastating form of child abuse. As a registered nurse and health visitor specialising in child...
By Misba Khan | 24 Sep 2018 |
I’ve just come back from the North Pole. It was without a doubt the most challenging thing I have ever done, but the truth is, I would go again.
By Ikem Nzeribe | 19 Sep 2018 |
By Kajal Sanghrajka | 14 Sep 2018 |
Two years ago, I read a 2014 report by the Centre for Entrepreneurs which stated that, although immigrants are responsible for starting one in seven of all UK companies,...
By Vicky Wilkins | 5 Sep 2018 |
Bees and other insect pollinators are currently under severe threat in the UK. Pesticide poisoning, increased disease as well as destruction of nesting sites and nectar...
By Nishtha Chugh | 3 Sep 2018 |
Donate, organs, gift, save, life – you are probably going to see these words a lot this week. Between 3 and 9 September, which is Organ Donation Week in the UK, these...
By Heather Doran | 30 Aug 2018 |
The use of social media around the world has skyrocketed over the past five years. As the Public Engagement Manager for the University of Dundee’s Leverhulme Research...
By Martin Malcolm | 28 Aug 2018 |
Isolation and loneliness have long been known to have deep-rooted psychological impacts. There is now a growing body of evidence that loneliness is as great a public...
By Nick Danziger | 22 Aug 2018 |
As you will know, today on every continent millions of impoverished men and women have insufficient food to feed both themselves and their family. Do they eat so they...
By Susanne Burns | 20 Aug 2018 |
In mid-September, a year on from the beginning of my Churchill Fellowship travels, I will be heading back to New York to address an international conference of artists...