Expert opinions cover salmonella Trump Chancellor Philip Hammond Juno and support for new mothers
Dr Primrose Freestone from the Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation has written an article for The Conversation discussing new research into how juices released from the cut-ends of the salad leaves enable Salmonella to grow.
Professor Mark Stein from the School of Business has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing how Donald Trump shows signs of being a narcissistic leader - and why people have good reason to be concerned.
Professor Martin Barstow, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Strategic Science Projects and Director of the Leicester Institute of Space and Earth Observation, has written an article for MediaFHE discussing Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first and last Autumn Statement.
- Read the full article 'HEi-think: Some vital questions over £4.7 billion R & D windfall' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Dr Leigh Fletcher from the Department of Physics and Astronomy has written an article for The Conversation discussing the future of the Juno space mission going into 2017.
- Read the full article 'It’s been a turbulent start, but Juno is now delivering spectacular insights into Jupiter' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Dr Ranjana Das from the School of Media, Communication and Sociology has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing how many women are turning to the internet for pre and post-natal support as cuts continue in healthcare funding.
- Read the full article 'Why we need to pay attention to online peer-to-peer support forums for new mothers' here
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