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Our editor Jon Sutton attends the recording of ‘The Evidence’, a BBC World Service programme.
The Wellcome Book Prize shortlist is announced.
Ella Rhodes reports on the AXA PPP Health Tech and You Awards.
Ella Rhodes reports on a British Psychological Society audit.
On International Women's Day, Ella Rhodes reports on the search for forgotten female scientists, and editor Jon Sutton adds a personal note.
Ella Rhodes reports from the Suicide Prevention: New Frontiers conference held in Penrith, aimed at helping health care staff on the front line understand the latest research.
Ella Rhodes previews events.
Jon Sutton reports from a conference on ‘Mental health in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Communities: Building resilience’, part of De Montfort University Pride month.
Ella Rhodes previews the psychology on offer at the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
Ella Rhodes reports on reaction to a study covered on our Research Digest blog.
Ella Rhodes reports from an event at the Science Museum.
Ella Rhodes reports on the new year list.
The phrase, born out of psychological research, was a contender for 'word of the year'. Ella Rhodes speaks to Michelle Ryan.
What scientific term or concept ought to be more widely known? It's the annual Edge question, with lots of psychologist contributors. Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes and Jon Sutton report.
Ella Rhodes reports on an award for Dr Coleen Mercer-Quinn.
Ella Rhodes follows up coverage from our Research Digest blog.
Ella Rhodes reports on a community project and art/science collaboration.
Ella Rhodes reports.
Ella Rhodes reports.
An event exploring the links between head injury and crime, hosted by the British Psychological Society, was held at the Scottish Parliament. A report by the National Prisoner Healthcare Network (NPHN), with contributions from BPS members, was also launched. Dr Emma Drysdale, Consultant Forensic Clinical Psychologist, reports.
Head to Durham University's Palace Green Library before the end of February.