Autistic people have strong preferences for terms to describe autism, with unpopular terms including ‘having autism’ or having an ‘impairment’ or ‘disorder’.
Gold standard treatment plans for people with early psychosis have a patchy success rate, suggesting the need to develop more tailored approaches.
Laser light therapy has been shown to be effective in improving short term memory in a study published in Science Advances.
Microbiologist Joshua Quick of the University of Birmingham has been awarded the WH Pierce Prize at the Applied Microbiology Awards 2022.
The SMART Schools team have been reviewing secondary school mobile phone policies across England, identifying how secondary schools manage use of mobile phones.
Dr Arthur de Carvalho e Silva, Research Fellow at The University of Birmingham has been named one of the Lush Prize Young Researchers of 2022.
‘Resistance breakers’ and better genetic tests are among new ways that scientists could address antimicrobial resistance, a new paper suggests.
Ray-finned fish, now the most diverse group of backboned animals, were not as hard hit by a mass extinction event 360 million years ago as previously thought.
NERC has appointed a new Chair, Professor David M. Hannah, to its Science Committee. This new appointment will commence on the 3 January 2023.
Water Day at COP27 is an opportunity to reconsider the value of a precious resource, says Professor David Hannah.
Professor Rachel Upthegrove, Dr Anna Lavis and Niyah Campbell, with colleagues in KCL have been awarded just under £1M from UKRI for the CELEBRATE project.
Water security in mountain regions relies on an understanding of the interlinks of water supply and demand that goes far beyond the study of glacier melt.