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Monday 9 February 2015

Report proposes new 'sexual violence courts'

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Friday 6 February 2015

Green tea could aid weight loss - new study

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Friday 30 January 2015

Beer goggles show how we pick our pint

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Thursday 29 January 2015

New research project makes sound sense

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Wednesday 28 January 2015

Study shows health impact of financial crisis

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Friday 23 January 2015

Research group to make strides in patient care

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Friday 23 January 2015

Research detects PTSD 3,000 years ago

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Tuesday 13 January 2015

Chimpanzees follow the leader - new study

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Tuesday 23 December 2014

Gays and lesbians in Athens have lower job satisfaction

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Monday 22 December 2014

Why stars can leave West End audiences cold

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Latest News

Self-control is key to starting a business

Tuesday 24 February 2015

Individuals with a high level of self-control are more likely to get their business idea off the ground, according to a new study published by the Journal of Business Venturing.

Professor Matthias Fink and Professor Teemu Kautonen, both of Anglia Ruskin University's Institute for International Management Practice, carried out the research - the first to investigate the role of self-con....

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London 2012 survey gives businesses a voice

Monday 23 February 2015

Businesses across London are being encouraged to take part in a study to understand the commercial impact of the Olympic Games.

The Olympic Business Impact and Legacy Study 2015 is being carried out by Anglia Ruskin University, in collaboration with the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

"Legacy" was one of the main reasons for London being awarded the Olympics, and thi....

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Asperger's student leads female autism study

Thursday 19 February 2015

Psychology researchers are carrying out the first large-scale study into young women with autism - a condition usually viewed as a male syndrome.

The project is being led by Hannah Belcher, a PhD student at Anglia Ruskin University, who was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome at the age of 23.

Only one fifth of girls are diagnosed with their autism before the age of 11 comp....

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Lose the labels in climate change debate

Thursday 19 February 2015

Labels such as "sceptic", "denier" and "alarmist" are unhelpful to the climate change debate and lead to polarisation, according to the authors of new research published in the journal WIRES Climate Change.

Co-authored by Dr Candice Howarth of the Global Sustainability Institute at Anglia Ruskin University and Amelia Sharman of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)....

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Institute tells the world about veterans' issues

Monday 16 February 2015

Experts from Anglia Ruskin University have been advising academics and policy makers from America and Israel on issues facing veterans in transition.

Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes and Matt Fossey, Directors of Anglia Ruskin's Veterans and Families Institute (VFI), presented at the inaugural International Military and Veterans Research Centers Summit in California.

Professor....

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