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The Centre for Global Politics, Economy and Society (GPES) recently held a book launch featuring a range of new and challenging work from seven members of the inter-disciplinary body.
Professor Helen Walkington will be presented with a Royal Geographical Society award next month for “outstanding contributions to geography”.
MA International Security student Adrian Pracon has a life-changing experience of terrorism, which has had a powerful influence on his choice of study.
Oxford Brookes University will showcase exciting and impactful teaching and research from the humanities and social sciences at a week-long festival from 21-26 May.
UK higher education funding bodies have announced the first set of panel members for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF), with four academics from Oxford Brookes University chosen to take part.
Dr Wesley Fraser, Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at Oxford Brookes University, has been awarded funding to carry out a research project investigating cell wall composition in early eukaryotic cells.
There are five major mass extinction events recognised in Earth’s history. The mass extinction that occurred at the boundary between the Permian and Triassic geological periods (approximately 250 million years ago) is thought to have been the biggest of these five events.
Geography lecturers from Oxford Brookes University have been awarded funding to carry out a research project investigating glacial movement on an active ice cap on an Ecuadorian volcano.
Recommendations by a sociology expert at Oxford Brookes University about shared parental leave and how much support fathers receive at work have formed part of a new report released by the Women and Equalities Committee this week (20 March).
Macaques appear to select stone tools to crack open oil palm nuts based on the size and strength of their own body, rather than the optimum weight and size of the stone, to make the process more efficient, new research involving Oxford Brookes University has found.