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Psychic nights, in pubs, are increasingly common in Britain especially since the pandemic, but why do so many people attend and what do they get out of it? Is there a connection between reason, wellbeing and spirit communication

New research project exploring the impact of psychic events on modern religions to host live event in Leeds.

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A foundational debate turning out differently could have changed science and society. Read Professor Radick’s interview about his research into the history of genetics.

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The more time pre-schoolers spent in childcare during the first year of the pandemic, the more their vocabulary grew, a new study has found. 

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New research investigates what draws people to online content that is reactionary, radical and contains disinformation.

British painter Judith Tucker (1960-2023) was tragically killed in a car accident on 13 November.