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Santa’s shielding, so will Christmas be cancelled?
Helping disaster-hit communities through film
New project will rediscover our historic smells
Planning permission granted for ARU Peterborough
How Victorians used to roll in Haymarket
New project will bring Antarctic heritage to life
COVID-19 is making tinnitus worse – new study
Literary giants to discuss new Seal Club project
COVID-19 anxiety linked to body image issues
Quarter of partially-sighted have unmet needs
Glitter litter could be damaging rivers – study
Study links eating disorders with body dysmorphia
Helping schools tackle online sexual harassment
Blindness and sight loss to double by 2050
Focus on how loss of limb function affects families
Liverpool and England legend to give virtual talk
New test can detect COVID-19 in 20 minutes
Seed of an idea blossoms into published novel
ARU is top for Education and Sports Science
Indigenous knowledge still undervalued – study
Primate voice boxes are evolving at rapid pace
ARU receives extra places ahead of Clearing
ARU lecturers recognised for quality of teaching
Men ‘less supportive’ in more egalitarian nations
Five-star success at V & A Illustration Awards
Community groups a ‘lifeline’ in post-COVID UK
ARU wins contract to upskill social care workers
New £30 million university for Peterborough is officially launched
Scientists working on fibrosis breakthrough
Men and younger adults less active in lockdown
Ellan scoops major national illustration award
Anglia Ruskin University joins University Alliance
ARU to build partnerships to help region recover
Study finds link between hoarding and ADHD
Appeal for stories of COVID-19 lockdown
Online exhibition brings refugees’ stories to life
Illustrator discusses award-winning book
Vision loss influences perception of sound
Kodak moment as filmmakers sweep board
ARU launches first ever online science festival
Pedro designs dream home office in lockdown
Artisan food market site scoops £5k in Big Pitch
Study investigates sexual activity in lockdown
ARU sees spike in interest in Nursing and Midwifery
Daily internet use is linked to social isolation
Coffee linked to lower body fat in women
ARU role in examining wellbeing of ex-Service families
Vitamin D linked to low virus death rate – study