Expert opinions cover Brexit football hooliganism and the aging process
Professor Clare Anderson from the School of History has written an article discussing some of the positive benefits of EU membership and how it is vital in securing our influence across Europe and all over the world.
- Read the full article 'The case for ‘remain’ in the EU referendum – my view as the director of a €1.5 million European funded research project in History' hosted on Think: Leicester
John Williams from the DICE Unit and Department of Sociology has written an article for Think: Leicester commenting on politics, hooliganism and policing at the 2016 Euro football finals in France.
Professor Katja Ziegler from the School of Law has written an article for The Conversation discussing how the EU needs to continue to provide a model of international cooperation in the future - and for that it needs to be developed, not trashed.
- Read the full article 'As international law goes, the EU is a model of accountability and democracy' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Professor Ali al-Nowaihi from the Department of Economics has written an article for Think: Leicester addressing four fallacies surrounding Brexit.
The biggest risk factor for cancer is perhaps the one thing we cannot control – age, says PhD student Mohan Harihar from the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology in an article for Think: Leicester.
Professor Andrew Tobin from the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing some of the benefits to UK medical sciences by being part of the European Union and how it can help to address some of the largest biomedical challenges in the world.
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