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PhD student a finalist in ESRC writing competition

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PhD student David Pollard was a finalist in the ESRC Writing Competition 2017, which aims to encourage and recognise the writing skills of ESRC-funded students.
Date:
23/05/2017

Birmingham researchers feature in ITN Productions and Police Federation new campaign

Birmingham researchers feature in ITN Productions and Police Federation new campaign
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Psychology staff at the University of Birmingham have a long history of research collaborations with UK and overseas police forces, the findings of which inform policing tactics.
Date:
18/05/2017

Crime linkage network publishes paper

Crime linkage network publishes paper
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The Crime Linkage International NetworK (C-LINK) has published its first paper in the Journal of Criminal Justice.
Date:
15/05/2017

Professor Beech is invited participant at child sexual abuse prevention seminar

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Professor Anthony Beech was an invited participant to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse seminar on 'Preventing and responding to child sexual abuse: Learning from best practice overseas' in London on Wednesday 12 April 2017.
Date:
09/05/2017

PhD student awarded grant for European conference

PhD student awarded grant for European conference
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PhD student Jayne Trickett has been awarded a European Sleep Research Society meeting travel grant to attend and present a poster at the Sleep and Breathing 2017 conference this month in Marseille.
Date:
13/04/2017

£891K grant to explore restoration of motor function in the vegetative state

£891K grant to explore restoration of motor function in the vegetative state
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Dr Davinia Fernandez Espejo has been awarded an MRC New Investigator Research Grant worth £891K to explore the potential for electrical brain stimulation to restore motor function in the vegetative state.
Date:
05/04/2017

'Why teaching children about porn and sexting is a step in the right direction'

'Why teaching children about porn and sexting is a step in the right direction'
Description
Dr Juliane Kloess has written a piece for The Conversation in which she discusses the news that sex and relationship education is to be made compulsory in English secondary schools.
Date:
31/03/2017

Paper asks 'Would broader life skills education help victims of online sexual exploitation?'

Paper asks 'Would broader life skills education help victims of online sexual exploitation?'
Description
Dr Juliane Kloess has recently published a paper which explores victims' behaviour and responses in sexually exploitative interactions with offenders.
Date:
08/03/2017
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