Science4All: Exploring science through colour

What if children could discover the world of science in a new way – through colour? Dr Danica Pinto, Lecturer in the School of Chemistry, has created Science4All – a website that hosts colouring pages and teaching resources to inspire young people to engage with STEM. Beyond being fun for young audiences, colouring is a … Read more

Who Started it? Investigating aggression perception in romantic couples

Trigger warning: This article contains mentions of domestic abuse.   The complex study of aggression in psychology gained popularity around the 1960s. Since then, the effects of aggression have been explored through many different dimensions such as violence, disorders, and relationship changes. Much of the psychological literature surrounding aggression in relationships has focussed on the aftereffects … Read more

Digitising and deciphering the Mangas Khipu Board

Drawing on interdisciplinary methods and techniques, Maria Koulouri in the Department of Social Anthropology has developed the first digital record of the Mangas Khipu Board, helping further decipher the context and meanings of Andean Khipu records and make them more accessible to people around the world. Khipu is a record system of strings and knots … Read more