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Becoming a teacher in an international school, particularly for young, adventurous teachers who want to travel the world, has never been so tempting. more
New study to reveal what happens to the human brain as we mature; research will also provide insight into the development of mental disorders more
Searching for Sugar Man
European Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou has paid tribute to the makers of EU-backed films Amour and Searching for Sugar Man
Berlinale film festival
The 63rd Berlinale film festival will screen some of the best new European and international films, including 17 supported by the EU's renowned MEDIA programme.
Digital music: 28% is pirated
New research estimates that 28% of digital music world-wide is pirated using illegal file-sharing. The findings shed light on financial difficulties in the music industry.
Ambitious week of student volunteering hailed as a big succes
University of Essex students are celebrating after completing one of the most ambitious volunteering projects in the county’s history.
National Student Volunteering Week
With this year’s National Student Volunteering Week taking place from 11–16 February, students at The University of Nottingham are preparing to help a wide range of local projects and charitable causes.
Students set charity fundraising record
The University of Nottingham Students’ Union charity organisation, Karnival, is now the largest student-led fundraising group in Europe, after raising £1.6 million for good causes in 2012.
Food waste in the EU
Food waste amounts to 89 million tonnes a year in the EU, while 79 million EU citizens live below the poverty line.
Where does your food come from?
A major research project is aiming to find ways of using simple mobile technology to give shoppers a more direct connection to the food they buy.
Pioneering new venture will tackle binge drinking to energy consumption
A collaboration between Warwick Business School and the Design Council has seen the creation of the world’s first Behavioural Design Lab.
Gap years in Brazil
Brazil has not only displaced Britain as the sixth biggest economy in the world but it has also become the most popular destination for professional Brits volunteering abroad.
Working Gap Years
Working gap year ‘The Year in Industry’ is reporting a big increase in applications after university fee issues pegged back demand last year.
Even if it's only a few words, you'll get a warmer welcome when you travel on holiday or business. And if you persevere, you'll find new doors opening all the time.
Why your brain tires when exercising
For the first time ever, a research team at the University of Copenhagen is able to explain why our brains feel tired when we exercise.
Risks of delaying having children
Greater proportions of women delaying childbirth until later in life has led to rising rates of Down syndrome and other defects involving an extra chromosome.
Plain packaging of tobacco products
Experts believe that plain packaging of tobacco products would cut smoking, a new study has found.
Why do people choose to migrate?
A University of York researcher claims the idea of ‘the rural idyll’ is far too simplistic an explanation for why British people choose to migrate to rural France.
Visa-free travel: Progress, but hurdles remain
How well are countries outside the EU living up to their commitments when it comes to offering visa-free travel to EU citizens?
First impressions count
Hospitality marketers are realising the importance of a multi sensory approach which includes scent as a brand association by creating a deeper connection using scent in hotels as a signature fragrance.