Expert opinions cover conspiracy theories James Bond Brexit and muscle disease
Professor Martin Parker from the School of Management has written an article for The Conversation discussing private meetings and conspiracy theories.
- Read the full article 'Why we shouldn’t dismiss Bilderberg conspiracies so lightly' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Professor James Chapman from the Department of History of Art and Film has written an article for The Conversation presenting his views on the future of the James Bond franchise.
In a paper for Free Movement, Professor Bernard Ryan from the School of Law has discussed the relationship of the UK to the framework of immigration control at EU borders.
PhD student Caroline Shak from the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing Emery Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy and how studies can help to find a cure of the disease.
Dr Natalie Armstrong from the Department of Health Sciences and SAPPHIRE group has written an article for National Health Executive discussing some of the key learning to emerge from an evaluation of six pilot sites putting the Patient Activation Measure to the test.
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