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Research at CSHHH explores the modern world since 1800 in locations as diverse as the UK, Asia, Africa, North America, and Europe. Areas of specialism include contraception and sexuality; family health and medical services; occupational health and medicine; disability; the history of psychiatry; conflict and warfare; and, drugs, pharmaceuticals and intoxicants.

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Number of items: 32.

2022

Hall, Gavin E L (2022) Ukraine : the history behind Russia's claim that Nato promised not to expand to the east. The Conversation.

Hannon, Matthew and Brown, Donal (2022) Energy discounts are a sticking plaster - here's a long-term solution to soaring household bills. The Conversation (4 Febr).

2021

Hannon, Matthew and Clarke, Jonathan (2021) Gas prices : how to ensure consumers don't pay for the next energy crisis. The Conversation (29 Sep).

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.

2020

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.

Schippers, Birgit (2020) Coronavirus : drones used to enforce lockdown pose a real threat to our civil liberties. 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,).

2019

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).

Murphy, David and Birnie, Ingeborg and Ní Loingsigh, Aedin and Bak, Thomas (2019) Bilingualism and dementia : how some patients lose their second language and rediscover their first. The Conversation.

Schippers, Birgit (2019) Facial recognition : ten reasons you should be worried about the technology. The Conversation.

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

2018

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

Schippers, Birgit (2018) Why technology puts human rights at risk. The Conversation.

2017

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 Tue Oct 4 01:05:03 2022 BST.