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Welcome to the Suffolk Research Blog

The Suffolk Research Blog is a space for all research-active staff and anyone else interested in maximising research impact in any discipline to share their current work. 

Our research makes a real difference to people’s lives and influences policy and society as well as informing the teaching that we deliver. The blog will showcase news, research events, good practice, and the latest research at the University of Suffolk.

If you would like to contribute or have ideas for the blog please contact Olumide Adisa at o.adisa@uos.ac.uk. We warmly welcome research-focused contributions.

The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the University of Suffolk.

The Suffolk Research Blog has been supported by the University of Suffolk Foundation Board.

11 September 2019   - Olumide
As summer (and conference season) is 'almost' behind us, I am pleased to announce a new series focused on exciting conferences (internal and external) attended by our research community! And which they think are worth sharing and talking about.Over ...
8 September 2019   - Adam
Written by Kevin De KeijzerAcute and chronic enhancement of athletic ability is central to the success of many elite sports performance departments. Often, the differences between desired sporting outcomes and failure are marginal, with physical preparation playing a key role, ...
30 June 2019   - Olumide
Written by Prof Emma Bond, Prof Andy Phippen, and Katie Tyrrell. University responsibilities for online safeguarding are only recently becoming recognised across the sector, even though more general safeguarding responsibilities have been long established. The launch of the Universities UK (...
10 June 2019   - Olumide
Written by Ian Piddington. It is a very long time since I carried out any real academic research. In the dim and distant past of 1985, pre- internet and with primary and secondary material hard to reach, my dissertation considered the ‘...
21 May 2019   - Adam
Written by Dr Olumide Adisa and Fiona Costello. Edited by Adam Devine. We begin with Maria’s story (real names have been changed)…Maria has lived in the East of England for the last 4 years moving here from Portugal with ...
16 May 2019   - Adam
Written by Professor Peter Cochrane.Human progress over the past 50 years has arguably eclipsed all that has gone before in terms of discovery, creativity, knowledge, understanding and physical capabilities to create and build almost anything. Even more remarkable is that ...
27 March 2019   - Olumide
Written by Katie Tyrrell and Dr Olumide Adisa. Postgraduate student mental health is increasingly at the forefront of media and higher education discourse. Across the UK, many universities have taken up strategies to support students’ mental health, and rightly so, ...
14 March 2019   - Olumide
Written by Granville Sutton. Edited by Adam Devine.After ten-years selling cars, I wanted to embark upon a more meaningful career, one that would enable me to directly engage with social issues that I cared about. Supporting offenders out of ...
18 January 2019   - Olumide
Written by Jerome Atutornu. As an early career researcher, I am attracted to the transformative potential of research. Similar to pragmatists such as Richard Rorty and Patrick Baert, I am interested in moving beyond faithful description of phenomena to research ...

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