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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access research by the School of Education. Research at Education explores the lives of children and young people of all ages and from all backgrounds, and in a variety of contexts. Consideration is also given to those who work and study in a range of professional contexts, including early years practitioners, teachers, policymakers, those from educational professional bodies and community educators. Some of Education's research clusters include: Philosophy of Education, Social Justice Pedagogies, Sexualities & Gender in Educational Contexts, Policy, Higher Education, Autism & Socio-emotional & Behavioural Developments, Early Years & Primary Education, Digital Technology, and Teacher Education.

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White, Christopher J (2021) How summer 2021 has changed our understanding of extreme weather. The Conversation.

Reat, David (2021) London Design Biennale – how a forest in a courtyard is challenging the city's Enlightenment principles. The Conversation.

Robertson, David James and Miller, Christopher B. (2021) Poor sleep linked to inability to focus - new study. The Conversation.

Paul, Greig (2021) Huawei's ability to eavesdrop on Dutch mobile users is a wake-up call for the telecoms industry. The Conversation.

Robertson, David James and Hunter, Simon and Butler, Stephen (2021) Why your social media habit is probably not an addiction – new research. The Conversation.

Anderson, Tony and Robertson, David James (2021) Fake news : people with greater emotional intelligence are better at spotting misinformation. The Conversation.

Jenkins, Ryan and Robertson, D.J. and Davis, Josh (2021) Super-recognisers : some people excel at both face and voice recognition. The Conversation.

Miyake, Esperanza (2021) Why binge-watching TV might not replace weekly instalments. The Conversation.

Williams, Lynn (2021) Fitter, better rested, more appreciative : research reveals the positive changes experienced by some during lockdown. The Conversation.

Van Der Meer, Robert and Anderson, Gillian Hopkins (2021) Hospitals are near their limits – computer models can help keep their doors open. The Conversation.

Williams, Lynn (2020) COVID vaccine : even healthcare workers may be hesitant – but new evidence can be reassuring. The Conversation.

White, Chris (2020) Arctic warming : are record temperatures and fires arriving earlier than scientists predicted? The Conversation.

Paul, Greig (2020) Contact-tracing apps : Apple dictating policies to nations won't help its EU anti-trust probe. The Conversation (June 2).

Salama, Ashraf M. (2020) After coronavirus : how seasonal migration and empty centres might change our cities. The Conversation.

Paul, Greig and Irvine, James (2020) UK coronavirus app expert verdict : strong privacy protection and added benefits. The Conversation (May 7,).

Paul, Greig (2020) Contact tracing apps : why they should learn a trick from fitness trackers. The Conversation (29 Apr).

Heath, Mike and Cook, Robin (2020) Without a Brexit fisheries deal, herring and other North Sea species face dire future – new research. The Conversation.

Robertson, David James and Towler, Alice and Sanders, Jet and Kramer, Robin (2020) Hyper-realistic masks are extremely hard to spot – as our new research shows. The Conversation (Feb 4,).

Robertson, David James and Megreya, Ahmed and Davis, Josh P. (2020) Facial recognition : research reveals new abilities of 'super-recognisers'. The Conversation (Jan 10).

White, Christopher J and Sindico, Francesco and Bell, Keith (2020) Climate change : COP26 Glasgow will provide world stage for Scotland’s green innovation. The Conversation (Jan 8,).

White, Christopher J and Kelly, Laura and Speight, Linda (2019) Flash flooding is a serious threat in the UK – here's how scientists are tackling its prediction. The Conversation (Decemb).

Williams, Lynn (2019) Want to be healthy and happy? Choose a conscientious partner. The Conversation.

Paul, Greig (2018) Bitcoin's successor? More consistent values might make 'stablecoins' a safer cryptocurrency option. The Conversation.

Kerr, Susan, Digital Health & Care Institute (2017) Here's Looking at You, Kid : How Webcams Help Parents Bond with Premature Babies. The Conversation.

Gibson, Neil and Gibson, Ann-Marie (2017) A five-point checklist for getting around the world in 80 days by bicycle. The Conversation.

This list was generated on Fri Sep 24 22:15:05 2021 BST.