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Citrus fruits, scurvy and the origins of the Sicilian mafia

Date published - 07/02/2018

Author - Alessia Isopi, Lecturer in Economics, University of Manchester and Arcangelo Dimico, Lecturer in Economics, Queen's University Belfast

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Hundred years of votes for women – but they still remain on the fringes of Irish politics

Date published - 06/02/2018

Author - Marie Coleman, Senior Lecturer in Modern Irish History, Queen's University Belfast and Yvonne Galligan, Professor, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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How we created a mini 'gamma ray burst' in the lab for the first time

Date published - 15/01/2018

Author - Gianluca Sarri, Lecturer at the School of Mathematics and Physics, Queen's University Belfast

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Mysterious alien cigar 'asteroid' is actually an interstellar lump of ice (not a space ship)

Date published - 18/12/2017

Author - Alan Fitzsimmons, Professor of Astrophysics, Queen's University Belfast

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Brexit: Where are we now? Northern Ireland

Professor David Phinnemore sets out the state of play in the Brexit negotiations as seen from Northern Ireland.

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Date published - 19/02/2018

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No deal at Stormont. Is Brexit to blame?

After the parties failed to reach a deal at Stormont this week, Jamie Pow and Prof John Garry look at the role Brexit may have played in this week's negotiations.

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Date published - 17/02/2018

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Broadcasting and Brexit

Broadcasting law has been influenced by the European Union for nearly three decades says Professor Daithi Mac Sithigh

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Date published - 14/02/2018

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