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Pint of Science brings research to the pub

Pint of Science brings research to the pub
Description
Scientists and researchers from DMU are taking their work down the pub as part of the Pint of Science national festival.
Date:
10 May 2022

DMU journalism student only person in UK to be invited to put a question to the United Nations on World Press Freedom Day

DMU journalism student only person in UK to be invited to put a question to the United Nations on World Press Freedom Day
Description
A journalism student says it was 'an amazing feeling' to be the only person from the UK selected to ask a question at a United Nations conference marking World Press Freedom Day.
Date:
10 May 2022

Postgraduate research celebrated at 2022 Doctoral College Showcase

Postgraduate research celebrated at 2022 Doctoral College Showcase
Description
The impact prison conditions have on those incarcerated and how data visualisation could boost energy efficiency were just two of the diverse topics shared by postgraduate researchers at DMU's 2022 Doctoral College Showcase.
Date:
09 May 2022

AI tool designed to identify coercive language patterns receives Home Office funding

AI tool designed to identify coercive language patterns receives Home Office funding
Description
A start-up project that could help police identify patterns of tech-facilitated coercive control has received a £115,000 cash boost, courtesy of the UK Home Office.
Date:
06 May 2022

Film festival focused on Chinese culture in Europe aims to encourage new public debate

Film festival focused on Chinese culture in Europe aims to encourage new public debate
Description
A film festival dedicated to movies about Chinese culture in Europe has been backed by an expert scholar from De Montfort University Leicester (DMU).
Date:
06 May 2022

New research to explore cultural diversity in British photography

New research to explore cultural diversity in British photography
Description
Professor Gil Pasternak, Chair of Photographic Cultures and Heritage at DMU, was awarded a Paul Mellon Event Support Grant, one of the most prestigious international grants available for research of British art history and culture.
Date:
05 May 2022
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