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New blood screening may detect ovarian cancer two years before other methods

Date published - 23/08/2019

Author - Bobby Graham, Reader in the School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast and Ciaren Graham, Senior Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast

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Viking migration left a lasting legacy on Ireland's population

Date published - 22/08/2019

Author - Rowan McLaughlin, Visiting Research Fellow from the School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen's University Belfast and Emma Hannah, PhD Candidate, Queen's University Belfast

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Facial recognition: ten reasons you should be worried about the technology

Date published - 21/08/2019

Author - Birgit Schippers, Visiting Research Fellow, Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, Queen's University Belfast

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Khmer Rouge genocide: Nuon Chea's death has major implications for justice in Cambodia

Date published - 13/08/2019

Author - Peter Manning, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Bath and Rachel Killean, Lecturer, Law School, Queen's University Belfast

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Facial recognition: ten reasons you should be worried about the technology

Facial recognition technology is spreading fast. Dr Birgit Schippers discusses the impact it could have on a political culture based on rights and democracy.

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Date published - 23/08/2019

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Khmer Rouge genocide: Nuon Chea’s death has major implications for justice in Cambodia

Nuon Chea was appealing convictions for crimes against humanity and genocide when he died. Dr Rachel Killean and Dr Peter Manning, of the University of Bath, discuss whether his conviction stands, and the implication this has for justice in Cambodia.

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Date published - 22/08/2019

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The social, climate and health reasons for making public transportation free

Northern Ireland is one of the most car reliant regions in Europe. Professor John Barry advocates for free public transport for all in order to bring about numerous social, health and environmental benefits.

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Date published - 21/08/2019

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