Antibiotics are at the heart of modern medicine, but the efficacy of these miracle drugs is waning. Non-scientific disciplines have their part to play in helping apply lessons learned in the laboratory to the real world.
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The winning film in the International Development Award category provides a voice to those living on the frontline of climate change.
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Find out about the interactive pantomime, the imaginarium and the graphic novel that will bring Swift to life in our festival hub in Dundee.
Read more about Being Human: Jonathan Swift at 350 – University of Dundee hub
In this post, learn about supernatural beings and shapeshifters responsible for boots up chimneys and cats in bricked walls. These stories are the basis of the Being Human event ‘Hidden in the home: the concealed revealed roadshow‘ organised by the University of Hertfordshire.
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Where does inspiration come from? Is it only for the ‘geniuses’ amongst us, or could anyone conjure it up with a few clever tricks? Anna Kemp tells us about her upcoming creative writing workshop for the Being Human festival ‘The inspiration machine'.
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We’ve let the organisers of Being Human take over the AHRC website so you can check out lots of fascinating updates from festival.
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New discoveries in the Arctic tell us about historic responses to climate change.
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How might displacement caused by climate change affect people’s sense of identity?
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The popularity of nature writing has boomed in recent years. But we still have very little
sense of where the genre of came from or how it has developed over time. A new research project aims to find out more - and identify the nation's favourite nature writer.
Read more about Why do we love British nature writing?