Expert in learning difficulties Dr Peter Moxon comments on the slow process of autism assessments across the country and recently highlighted in Wales.
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Computer Science and Informatics researcher Abigail McAlpine comments on Prime Minister Theresa May attending the World Economic Forum in Davos
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Environmental expert Dr Julia Meaton comments on the prospect that a warming, rapidly changing Arctic will be the “new normal” and will shows no signs of returning to the reliably frozen region of the past.
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Child development expert Dr Paige Davis comments on nursery schools in England increasingly grouping children as young as three, four and five, by ability.
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Cyber-security researcher Abigail McAlpine is undertaking her doctorate under the umbrella of the University’s Secure Societies Institute. Here she comments on the recent discovery that almost any wireless device can now be exposed and vulnerable to an attack after a protocol vulnerability in the WPA2 encryption.