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Warm welcome for Investment Zones proposal

In its Budget of Wednesday 15 March, the UK Government announced its intention to create 12 low-tax investment zones to boost economic growth.
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New research shows procrastination is bad for our health

A new study involving hundreds of university students has shown that procrastination can lead to poor health over time. 
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Connecting schoolchildren with nature

We’re proud to have helped more than 5,000 schoolchildren connect with nature.
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Durham Professor takes research to Hollywood

Professor Santiago Fouz Hernández, from our School of Modern Language and Cultures, will showcase his specialist research on the film director, designer and artist Bigas Luna at The Bigas Luna Tribute in Los Angeles, USA, from 17-24 March 2023. 
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Discussing safer sleep with Professor Helen Ball 

To mark Sleep Safer Week, we caught up with infant sleep expert Professor Helen Ball who leads our award-winning Durham Infancy and Sleep Centre.
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Women invited to sign up for free IT skills course

Women are being invited to apply for a free, award-winning IT training course being run here at Durham.
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Durham Global Awards 2023

The inaugural Durham Global Week wrapped up in style at the Durham Global Awards, held at Stephenson College on Friday 10 March.

Scientists interconvert mirror-image molecules

A group of scientists from our top-rated Chemistry Department and University of York have demonstrated in a new study that carbon-based molecules can be much more dynamic than previously thought.
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Fixing Our Climate: The Bangladesh Perspective

Open to students, staff and the wider community, this Durham Global Week event focused on learning about Bangladesh’s emergence as a global leader in international negotiations relating to climate change.

International Scholars' Reception

This year's International Scholars’ Reception held on Wednesday 8 March celebrated the global profile and diversity of our student body, as well as recognising the important partnerships the University maintains with a wide range of international funding bodies and sponsor agencies.

Lord Darroch of Kew discusses democracy in turbulent times

As part of Durham Global Week, we were delighted to welcome distinguished alumnus, Lord Darroch of Kew (Hatfield College, Zoology, 1972-75), to our School of Government and International Affairs.

Local to Global and Respect, Fairness and Equity Award shortlists

As part of Durham Global Week, we are delighted to announce the shortlists for the Local to Global and Respect, Fairness and Equity awards.
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