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misogyny women's sport, misogynistic attitudes

Misogyny towards women’s sports common amongst male fans

Research analysing online message boards finds male football fans are commonly misogynistic, hostile, and sexist towards women’s sports.
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Successful adaptation after immigration helped by cultural similarities

Research looking at successful immigration - analysing those who remain in their new locations as opposed to those who leave - finds that cultural similarities play a key role in the decision.
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AI analyses online debate around vaccinations and climate change

Using artificial intelligence (AI), researchers analysed debates based on tweets - revealing that opinions on vaccinations are widely divided.
supermassive black hole

Exploring the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy

Study finds that Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy flares irregularly from day to day but also in the long term
trusting societies, managing covid-19

More trusting societies have greater success managing COVID-19

Research has found that countries with higher success in minimising coronavirus cases and deaths, have more trust within their society and governments.
male-dominated fields, long-term recruitment

Gender equality in male-dominated fields takes continuous effort

A study analysing long-term recruitment measures for gender equality has found that they work, but require a sustained commitment for success.
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Astrophysics and astronomy in the U.S.

How is the U.S. National Science Foundation improving diversity in astrophysics and astronomy? Here, Open Access Government investigates.
Equality canadian research

Promoting equality in Canadian research

Open Access Government investigate the 2022 priorities of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) in Canada
social origins

Deepening our understanding on the ways in which social origins shape our lives

Elina Kilpi-Jakonen, Assistant professor and Scientific co-ordinator, University of Turku, explores how intergenerational social inequalities shape lives
changing identities

How public policy can better speak to our changing identities

Professor Christopher Smith, Executive Chair of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) illustrates how striving for a better understanding of identity can positively influence public policy.
radioactive isotopes

Radioactive isotopes from stars

Maria Lugaro and Marco Pignatari, Senior Researchers at the Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences examine radioactive isotopes from stars, from the archaeology of solar system material to modern supernovae In August 2019, a significant amount of the radioactive isotope 60Fe was discovered in Antarctic snow (Koll et al....
bats Southeast Asia

Related coronaviruses found in bats around Southeast Asia

Scientists have identified coronaviruses related to SARS-CoV-2 from bats sampled in Cambodia, suggesting SARS CoV-2 has a much larger geographic distribution than previously assumed.
alcohol atrial fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation commonly triggered by alcohol consumption

Latest study shows people may be able to reduce their risk of atrial fibrillation by avoiding certain triggers like alcohol, in consideration of other lifestyle factors.
mental health climate change

Eco-anxiety: the mental health challenges of climate change

A report focusing on tackling the mental health challenges associated with the worsening climate advocates for better policy for emotional wellbeing.
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E-waste to secure a sustainable future

Fredrik Forslund, VP Enterprise and Cloud, Blancco, argues that e-waste mustn’t be overlooked in our efforts to secure a sustainable future.
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Burning and tingling in feet could indicate small fiber neuropathy

The number of people experiencing foot pain, numbness and tingling has increased and could indicate small fiber neuropathy.
Department of Biology

Exploring microbial electrosynthesis at Washington University in St. Louis

Dr Arpita Bose discusses research into bioelectrochemical systems and microbial electrosynthesis at the Department of Biology, Washington University.
Dandy-Walker Syndrome

What is Dandy-Walker Syndrome? – Everything you need to know

Dandy-Walker Syndrome. What is it? What are the symptoms? What are the causes? What is the prognosis? Is it treatable?
5G networks

UK-India collaboration to boost 5G networks and future telecoms

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss announces two new UK-India collaborations to boost 5G networks and future telecoms networks.
osteogenesis imperfecta (OI)

Osteogenesis imperfecta – what we need to know

Frost & Sullivan’s TechCasting Group, places the spotlight on osteogenesis imperfecta – toward future targeted, more effective therapy.

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