News & Events
Thursday 18 December 2014
Anglia Ruskin research recognised for its great impact
Thursday 4 December 2014
App will boost dementia sufferers' quality of life
Wednesday 26 November 2014
Hub will become home of veterans' research
Wednesday 19 November 2014
Global eyesight study wins research prize
Friday 24 October 2014
Study shows financial benefits of wetland
Tuesday 14 October 2014
Bilingual pupils cope better in noisy environments
Tuesday 12 August 2014
Research will discover if we're crazy for Klingon
Tuesday 22 July 2014
Railway policy could be just the ticket for Ed
Tuesday 10 June 2014
Secret of the black squirrel is revealed
Wednesday 28 May 2014
New study shows benefits of music therapy
Research group to make strides in patient care
Friday 23 January 2015
Patients will benefit from a new scheme by Anglia Ruskin University to create a community of nurses involved in high-quality research and innovation.
The Anglia Ruskin Nursing Research Unit (ARNRU) brings together Anglia Ruskin with NHS partner trusts across Essex and Cambridgeshire to encourage nurses to take part in research which will change the lives of their patients.
Research detects PTSD 3,000 years ago
Friday 23 January 2015
Research has discovered soldiers in ancient Iraq suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) up to 3,000 years ago.
A paper co-written by Anglia Ruskin University's Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes and Dr Walid Abdul-Hamid, Consultant Psychiatrist at the North Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust, suggests the condition existed in the ancient world. Previously, the fir....
Chimpanzees follow the leader - new study
Tuesday 13 January 2015
New research may explain why innovative behaviour does not usually spread through populations of chimpanzees, our closest ancestor, despite the fact that different populations appear to have different behavioural traditions.
The study by Anglia Ruskin University, Durham University and the University of St Andrews found that chimps are more likely to copy the behaviour of senior members....
Gays and lesbians in Athens have lower job satisfaction
Tuesday 23 December 2014
A new study shows that gays and lesbians are less satisfied with their jobs than heterosexual employees.
The report, published in the latest edition of Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, also found t....
Why stars can leave West End audiences cold
Monday 22 December 2014
Celebrity casting can have a negative effect on audiences in London's West End, according to research published in the latest edition of Arts Marketing: An International Journal.
The study was carried out by Dr Niall Caldwell of Anglia Ruskin University and brand consultant Kathryn Nicholson, and it doesn't make encouraging reading for Strictly stars hoping to tread the boards in London....