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New Zealand is best placed to survive collapse
Younger diabetics more worried about Covid – study
Abi’s postcard is just ticket in rail competition
ARU in running for 2021 Green Gown crown
Class of 2020 prepare to cross stage
Revealed: Full line-up for this year’s British Science Festival
Travellers struggle to cope with family dementia
ARU historian is awarded Book of Year prize
Grumpy Fairies work their magic at awards
‘Tech giants still put profit before responsibility’
Study shows potential dangers of sweeteners
Major report calls for a more female-friendly military
Anglia Ruskin to lead NHS entrepreneurship training
Overseas climate change could devastate UK
Apps ‘valuable tool’ in helping manage chronic pain
Child abuse arrest impact research on agenda at PIER21 conference
Planning permission is approved for new R&D Centre
CGI ‘fly-through’ to give taste of ARU Peterborough
Men with sensory loss are more likely to be obese
Research project aims to cut food waste in UK
Primates change their ‘accent’ to avoid conflict
Local businesses reject new ‘green jobs’ focus
Lockdowns may affect children’s fitness – study
New research may revolutionise cataract treatment
Lockdowns may affect children’s fitness — Study
ARU and TWI partner for new innovation centre
Report examines what we’ll be eating in 2050
Nature draws out a happy place for children
How do men experience postnatal depression?
Better healthcare guidance needed for trans people
Support gaps for children of military on move
Partially sighted may be at higher risk of dementia
Partnership to help ARU achieve zero carbon goals
Study shows how mammals evolved bigger brains
Female veterans face mental health support barriers
Exploring climate change through Shakespeare
ARU among world’s best for health and wellbeing
Study to look at social media use among Naval children
ARU in top 10% in country for skills and enterprise
Study investigates non-verbal signs of resistance
Women with sensory loss twice as likely to suffer depression
Military dismissal process ‘harmful’ – new report
Can exercise help Down syndrome community?
Lockdowns linked to rise in eating disorder symptoms
Digitalisation can power airlines’ zero carbon goal
Free, fun and fascinating ARU events at festival
Rapidly rising levels of sight loss are ‘tip of iceberg’
Fighting fit cockroaches have ‘hidden strength’