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Why night light pollution is bad for health

Following new research scientists say a "loss of night" in many countries is having negative consequences for "flora, fauna, and human well-being". Dr Sakari Lemola, Assistant Professor, dept. of psychology explains how a lack of sleep can affect us.


Will the Budget stamp duty cut really help first time buyers?

Following yesterday's Budget announcement of a stamp duty cut for first time buyers Professor Ben Lockwood analyses whether the change will really benefit buyers and help alleviate the housing crisis.


Professor John Colley on Uber’s data breach

Professor of Practice at Warwick Business School, John Colley comments on the cover up by Uber of a huge data breach that affected 57 million customers and drivers during which the company paid hackers $100,000 (£75,000) to delete the data.

Wed 22 November 2017, 09:27 | Tags: WBS, Cyber security

Brexit 'divorce' bill: other issues need to be resolved first - Dr Pierre Purseigle

The UK government is reportedly prepared to double the 'divorce' bill it pays the EU in order to leave. Dr Pierre Purseigle, expert on European politics and Brexit, comments on the story.

Tue 21 November 2017, 10:34 | Tags: Politics, Brexit, Expert comment, International, EU, Economics and Finance

Dr Stella Chatzitheochari explains why campaigns against bullying are important

As Anti-Bullying Week 2017 draws to a close, Dr Stella Chatzitheochari, Associate Professor in the University of Warwick Department of Sociology, comments on her recent research which found that children and young people with disabilities and Special Educational Needs are more likely to be bullied at school compared to those with no known disabilities.

Thu 16 November 2017, 09:58 | Tags: Sociology

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