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Can internal waves sink a submarine?

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Is auditory–verbal therapy (AVT) effective in language development for children with cochlear implants?

Researcher Blog

Digital Variance Angiography: A Revolutionary New Angiography Imaging Technology

Researcher Blog

Counting Nash Equilibrium in game theory

Image of Nakkasah in Saudi Arabia Researcher Blog

Experiences of COVID-19 recovered patients – a qualitative case study from a hotspot in Saudi Arabia

Adolescent rugby players Researcher Blog

Sleep pattern and staging in elite adolescent rugby players

Dr Michael Ibbotson and Dr Jason Jung use comparative brain studies in different mammalian species to theorise about the difference in orientation maps between primate and rodent brains Health & Medicine

Differences in orientation maps in the mammalian visual brain

Dr Graham Brodie has designed a new slow-wave applicator that kills weeds using microwaves, which could lead to a reduction in the use of herbicides in agriculture Earth & Environment

Weeds, microwaves, and better crops: Killing weeds without herbicides

Dr Alpana Mair works with NHS Scotland to reduce the dangers associated with polypharmacy, where an ageing population takes more than one medication and is at increased risk of negative side-effects Health & Medicine

Managing polypharmacy for ageing populations

Professor Mark Strand and his team have developed the ONE Program as an educational programme for pharmacists to reduce the risk of opioid misuse through risk-screening and targeted assistance Health & Medicine

Using opioid risk-screening to combat the opioid epidemic

Dr John Singleton and Dr Andrea Schmidt have shown that polarization currents can be used to generate bursts of light that show behaviours similar to those of sound waves; these discoveries could lead to new innovations in secure communications and have wider astronomical impacts Physical Sciences

Launching information from faster-than-light polarization currents

Professor Cristina Bicchieri has established a study with the aim of understanding and improving sanitation and toilet usage across India, by understanding the social norms that lead to a decrease in open defecation Behavioural Sciences

Changing social norms around sanitation in India