25 November 2022
New mobile-based survey launched to study the impact of the pandemic and improve responses to future crises
14 November 2022
An Oxford Brookes University Professor has authored a new BBC Radio 4 programme that will explore why society still assumes that women will be the main carers, both paid and unpaid, and what can be done for the roles to be changed.
07 November 2022
New research conducted by a Europe-wide consortium has found that since starting work or study at their institution, nearly two in three students and staff responding to the UniSAFE survey have experienced at least one form of gender-based violence.
24 October 2022
People view labels on alcoholic drinks encouraging responsible consumption as a ploy by the industry to be seen as caring and are unlikely to lead to people drinking less.
18 October 2022
An academic at Oxford Brookes University has received the highly prestigious Newton International Fellowship award from the Royal Society to conduct cutting-edge research on nanomaterials.
17 October 2022
Sara le Roux, Lauren Tuckerman and Tim Vorley were at the House of Lords to launch their new report on Small Business Sustainability: Insight & Implications.
05 September 2022
Academics from three UK universities, including Oxford Brookes University, have been awarded £1.2million for a research project.
16 August 2022
On August 12, the author Salman Rushdie was stabbed multiple times on stage at a literary festival in New York state. Thankfully, he has survived, albeit sustaining what appear to be life-changing injuries.
09 August 2022
New analysis of energy research by 23 scientists around the world has concluded that the world can reach a 100% renewable energy system by or before 2050.
26 July 2022
New analysis by world-leading experts on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), has found conclusive evidence that repetitive head impacts (RHI) cause the degenerative brain disease CTE.