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With leading experts in fields as diverse as health, sciences, engineering, humanities and mobile communications, Surrey academics frequently feature in high-profile media and contribute to global news headlines.

SSC paper shortlisted in YouTube competition

A study of rover terrain trafficability analysis techniques by the Surrey Space Centre (SSC) has been selected for publication on Elsevier’s YouTube channel.

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Nelson Mandela's image on a South African banknote

Nelson Mandela: The man who shook the tree

Prof. Marie Breen-Smyth reflects on Nelson Mandela's extraordinary life and continuing influence.

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BBC Four ‘Hidden Killers’ series films at Surrey

Professor Paddy Regan, NPL-Surrey Chair of Radionuclide Metrology, is soon to appear on a BBC Four programme examining the widespread use of radium in Edwardian households.

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Survey ranks hospitality and tourism top for career progression

Hospitality and Tourism rated top sector for graduate career progression in new online survey.

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"Twilight, True Love and You: Seven Secret Steps to Finding Your Edward or Jacob" by Louise Deacon - book cover

Brilliant Psychology, Twilight and tips for happy living

Psychologist and author Louise Deacon on her efforts to bring the joys of psychology into everyone's lives, and why a Twilight romance might not be a good idea.

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Surrey academic makes sense of the weather on Huffington Post

Professor Ian Roulstone explains how mathematics helped predict St Jude’s storm.

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Surrey welcomes Nobel Peace Prize announcement

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which has been supported by the University of Surrey since its formation, has won the Nobel Peace Prize.

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The impact of an extra hour of sleep

Surrey’s pioneering sleep research featured on new BBC TV series Trust Me I’m A Doctor.

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Dr Lucy Bell

Comment: The paradox of language study in the UK

Dr Lucy Bell looks at the availability of language degrees and a model for meeting the increasing demand for experienced multilingual graduates.

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