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Latest research news
Tuesday, 01 August 2023
A new University of Worcester exhibition aims to shed light on how children’s literature approaches and represents dementia.
Tuesday, 04 July 2023
As the nation celebrates the 75th anniversary of the NHS (on July 5), a University of Worcester PhD student in a senior national role has spoken of the privilege of being a nurse.
Tuesday, 09 May 2023
Residents are invited to enjoy a drink while learning about some of the fascinating work and research undertaken by experts at the University of Worcester during a series of events at local pubs.
Tuesday, 25 April 2023
People involved in dementia support from across the UK will be coming to Worcester to hear the results of a major piece of research.
Thursday, 06 April 2023
Pollen forecasters at the University of Worcester are warning of what could be one of the worst seasons for birch pollen on record.
Thursday, 23 March 2023
A group of researchers presented their findings on the benefits and challenges of Extra Care Housing (ECH) for people living with dementia to a special audience at the House of Lords.
Tuesday, 07 February 2023
A new international cultural research network, set up by a University of Worcester academic, will explore use of the child ghost in literature and film.
Tuesday, 18 October 2022
A University of Worcester lecturer is giving a public talk about the significance of poison in crime fiction through the decades.
Monday, 17 October 2022
A University of Worcester historian of the supernatural is taking on some spooky topics concerning the Devil in talks over Halloween.
Thursday, 06 October 2022
A special environmental assessment tool, in use internationally and available from the University of Worcester, to assess how dementia-friendly care environments are, is being turned into a digital app that could be rolled out globally.