Comment and opinion
How gaming technology could hack crime scene investigations
Mehzeb Chowdhury from the School of Applied Social Sciences, looks at how building your own 3D scanner using technology from an Xbox, may significantly reduce the cost of crime scene technologies for thousands of police forces across the world.
Trump and tram reactions show social media's complex role in responding to sexual harassment
Dr Fiona Vera-Gray, from Durham's Centre for Gender Equal Media and Dr Bianca Fileborn, from La Trobe University, Australia use recent high-profile cases to examine the use of social media as a way to speak out about experiences of sexual violence.
One edition of Vogue featuring 'real women' will not solve the problem of body image
Does missing one week of school lead to lower grades?
World's oldest muscle-fibre fossil reveals the origin of legs
When Two Worlds Collide: Peruvian protest documentary shows flipside of economic growth
Hinkley C must be the first of many new nuclear plants
Following Government approval of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, Professor Simon Hogg, Director of the Durham Energy Institute, says a major programme of new nuclear plants is needed to ensure sufficient long term energy for the UK.
Why sad songs say so much to some of us
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Does selective schooling work anywhere in the world?
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Watching sport isn't just dumb entertainment
Watching sport is far more than pure, dumb, entertainment, argues Stephen Mumford, Professor of Metaphysics in the Department of Philosophy
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Virtual reality robots could help teleport juries to crime scenes
Mehzeb Chowdury, a PhD researcher in Forensic Science and Criminal Investigations in the School of Applied Sciences, explains how virtual reality robots could help teleport juries to crime scenes without them ever leaving the courtroom.
Why should cultural artefacts be more rooted than people?
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