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SOCIOLOGY OF WORK

How work fits within the broader context of society, culture and economy. Organisational behaviour. Identity work. 24m  

Tony Watson   

CONSUMER LAW
How the law regulates businesses in areas such as product safety, misleading advertising and selling to protect consumer interests. 25m
Peter Cartwright

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
Using evidence based practice to understand people's health behaviour such as exercise, diet or attending check ups. 18m
Martin Hagger

BRITISH POLITICS
Studying why people think about politics in the way that they do and looking at media and fictional representations of politics. 17m
Steven Fielding

VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
People recognize objects without difficulty but teaching a computer to recognize those same images is a much greater challenge. 10m
Jonathan Peirce
DRUG ADDICTION
Using the techniques of Experimental Psychology to study why some people have a greater risk of becoming addicted to drugs. 29m
Lee Hogarth

THEOLOGY
The study of God's revelation and human responses. The New Testament as theological and historical document. 32m
Roland Deines

FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH
Research which seeks to answer important questions about science that do not have immediate commercial applications. 25m
Philip Moriarty

SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS
Engineers and architects working together to design contemporary homes which maximise the use of renewable energy sources. 8m
Mark Gillott

PHYSIOLOGY
The study of cells and tissues, how they function and interact with each other. The physiology of articular cartilage and osteoarthritis. 19m
Ali Mobasheri 

MENTAL HEALTH
Highly innovative project using football and local football clubs to reach out locally to young men with mental health issues. 16m
Alan Pringle   

PATCHWORK TEXTS
A new approach to assignments which uses a series of short pieces (patches) integrated by a reflective commentary (stitching). 24m  
Peter Ovens

PARTICLE COSMOLOGY
Using Particle Physics & Quantum Theory to study the early universe of 13 billion years ago and learn about the building blocks of nature. 42m
Ed Copeland

FILM & TV STUDIES
Film as art. Aesthetics and auteur theories. Hollywood studies. How audiences consume media. The emergence of digital media. 24m
Roberta Pearson

FIRE & RESCUE SERVICES
Studying the psychology of fire and rescue service staff. Looking at issues such as attacks on fire fighters and effects on relatives. 17m 
Vivienne Brunsden

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Understanding how the chemical properties of materials are influenced by their physical states as gases, liquids or solids. 13m
Anthony Stace

MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
Study of muscle, skeleton, ligament, bone and tendon. Processes that underlie growth and wasting of muscle throughout life. 23m
Michael Rennie

MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
Conducts translational cancer research to identify new drugs which could improve treatment outcomes for cancer patients. 11m 
Srinivasan Madhusudan

PHYSICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
Using magnetic resonance to research new antibiotics and modify existing medicinal compounds to combat resistant infections. 13m 
Boyan Bonev  

VIROLOGY
Studying how viruses infect cells in order to design new drugs to block them causing infections. Developing new vaccines. 18m 
Jonathan Ball

CARBON CAPTURE & STORAGE
Measuring the environmental effects on grass, crops and soil of capturing carbon emissions and storing carbon underground. 16m 
Michael Steven

EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
Designing assessment systems in schools and universities which accurately reflect the broader aims of the courses concerned. 38m
Roger Murphy 

APPLIED PHYSICS
Using physics research to develop new technologies in solid state physics such as low dimensional semiconductor structures. 21m
Mohamed Henini

PSYCHOLOGY
The scientific study of why people do the things they do. Looking at the links between serial murder and emotional intelligence. 14m
Serena Simmons

ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT
Understanding the molecular mechanisms that govern early development. Improving the cloning process in cattle, sheep & pigs. 17m
Keith Campbell

WOMEN IN ACADEMIA
Looking at the career paths of women researchers and academics. Understanding the challenges that they face. 14m
Dawn-Marie Walker