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Recent selected coverage for w/c February 12:
- Port of Dover receives top UK honor for congestion efforts – FreightWaves – Read our press release here. Also featured in Haulage Today, HGVUK, Freight-Online and Supply Chain Dive.
- Workers on insecure contracts less likely to have family-friendly benefits, study finds – Dr Heejung Chung – People Management – Read our press release here.
- New ‘extremism tool’ to fight terrorist content online – Professor Ian McLoughlin – Police Professional. Read our press release here.
- Women in Banking Big banks mostly mum about sexual harassment policies – Dr Heejung Chung – American Banker.
- Who gets to use the name ‘Macedonia’? A decades-old fight for one identity – Professor Neophytos Loizides – The New European republished from The Conversation.
- What museums must do to get more immigrants through their doors – Dr Sophia Labadi – The Conversation. Read our press release here.
- Winter Olympics: why many athletes will be struggling with asthma – Dr John Dickinson – The Conversation.
- Terrorism, Competitiveness and International Marketing: Searching For Corporate Effects – Professor Michael Czinkota – Sri Lanka Guardian.
- Global funding council: researchers keen, governments less so – Professor Philippe De Wilde – Times Higher Education.
- Zimbabwe: Morgan Tsvangirai, ‘icon and fighter for democracy’, dies at 65 – Dr Alex Magaisa – Daily Maverick.
- We share 80 million bacteria when we kiss each other — here’s why we enjoy it anyway – Dr Sarah Johns – Business Insider.
- READING THE RUINS: DOES POWER-SHARING IN NORTHERN IRELAND HAVE A FUTURE? – Professor Feargal Cochrane and Professor Neophytos Loizides – NorthernSlant.com
Previous selected coverage for February:
- A flawed forensics model – Robert Green – Law Society Gazette. Read our press release here.
- ‘Road pricing’ only way to solve congestion, economist argues – Professor Roger Vickerman – Localgov.co.uk – Also featured in The Sun, The Express and Motor Transport. Read our press release here.
- The Suffragettes from the south east who helped win women’s right to vote – Dr Anne Logan – ITV Meridan interview – Read our press release here.
- Breaking Gender Stereotypes in the Toy Box – Lauren Spinner – The New York Times.
- Children Hurt Women’s Earnings, but Not Men’s (Even in Scandinavia) – Dr Heejung Chung – The New York Times. Also featured in The Star.
- Rhino poaching in South Africa has dipped but corruption hinders progress – Professor Keith Somerville – The Conversation.
- What if my fingerprint gets stolen? Getting practical about the rise of biometrics – Dr Richard Guest – CityAM.
- Flat Earth: What Fuels the Internet’s Strangest Conspiracy Theory? – Professor Karen Douglas – Livescience.com.
- Scientists grow human eggs to full maturity in a lab – Professor Darren Griffin – Reuters. Also featured in The Daily Mail, Japan Times and The Scientist.
- Donald Trump deserves to be a dreamer, too – Professor Michael Czinkota – The Hill.
- A physicist reveals the secrets of human endurance – Professor Samuele Marcora – Vox.com.
- Chris Froome returns to racing in Spain this week but can expect little respite from the doping scandal that threatens to ruin his reputation – Professor John Dickinson – The Times.
- Like Erdogan, Trump is using conspiracy theory to sabotage democracy: here’s what we learn from the Turkish experience – Julian de Medeiros – Open Democracy.
- Expert in space law calls for private spaceflight to be regulated – Dr Gbenda Oduntan – KMTV.