Military successes overseas, domestic calm, but the creator of the Order of the Garter’s biggest achievement …was a doting dad
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Charles Darwin’s theories on the evolution of species can also be used to gain an understanding of the development and functioning of the human mind, especially decision-making – including the psychological factors that lead to violent terrorism. This is explored in a new book co-edited and written by Dr Jason Roach, who is Reader in Crime and Policing at the University of Huddersfield.
The entertaining and addictive value of side scrolling games has been used by the UK’s leading IT services company TSG to promote the appeal of its TSG SystemCare system.
The diverse market that has been established regarding alternative fuel vehicles has been put under the microscope by British motor retail Motorparks. So, in true Young Academic style we have decided to buck the trend and bring you a Tuesday infographic.
The University of Warwick’s University Council committed to divesting from fossil fuels, after two years of student and staff calls for the university to get out of coal, oil and gas.
From the 17th–19th May 2015, ExCel London will play host to a handpicked selection of leading designers from over 20 countries. A major event in the design and interiors calendar, the May Design Series exhibition showcases the very latest exclusives in furniture, lighting, fabric and other design areas.
Well after a week of education and student news, we thought we would bring you something a little more light hearted and fun to brighten up your Friday.
Well its Friday guys and we have only gone and found another great infographic for you from Oldrids and Downtown!
Young Academic can bring you news of a fantastic venture today, as students across the UK are being invited to “get together” to raise money for the biggest girls’ rights campaigns in the world.