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Social Sciences Research


GR:EEN, which involves the Department of Politics and International Studies, is a global collaborative research project that impacts EU Policy and practice.

Uniting a total of 16 institutions worldwide, GR:EEN utilises academic research and aims to define the role of the EU within the emerging global order.

Centre for Competitive Advantage in the


Global Economy (CAGE)

CAGE research centre is carrying out a five-year programme that focuses on how countries achieve economic objectives central to the wellbeing of their citizens.

The research will look at themes such as improving living standards and maintaining international competitiveness

Rethinking the senses: uniting the philosophy


and neuroscience of perception

Rethinking the senses is a three-year project involving the Department of Philosophy and neuroscience.

Based at the Institute of Philosophy and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the project focuses on multisensory perception by studying senses collectively instead of in isolation.