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Historical detective novel by Cambridge lecturer explores the murky world of Victorian showmen

Historical detective novel by Cambridge lecturer explores the murky world of Victorian showmen

Historical detective novel by Cambridge lecturer explores the murky world of Victorian showmen

26 August 2021

An astonishing tale discovered in a Victorian newspaper cutting was the inspiration for a new novel by Anglia Ruskin University’s Dr Mick Finlay.


ARU launches UK’s first bursary to improve diversity in children’s book illustration

ARU launches UK’s first bursary to improve diversity in children’s book illustration

ARU launches UK’s first bursary to improve diversity in children’s book illustration

08 August 2021

The diversity of children’s book creators need to reflect that of society, says ARU.

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Common sweeteners ‘can cause gut bacteria to invade intestines’, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Common sweeteners ‘can cause gut bacteria to invade intestines’, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Common sweeteners ‘can cause gut bacteria to invade intestines’, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

01 July 2021

Research shows the pathogenic effects of saccharin, sucralose and aspartame.


ARU consumer psychologist will seek household solution to £14bn food waste issue with WRAP funding

ARU consumer psychologist will seek household solution to £14bn food waste issue with WRAP funding

ARU consumer psychologist will seek household solution to £14bn food waste issue with WRAP funding

09 June 2021

Dr Cathrine Jansson-Boyd will recruit 200 households for a trial.

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Postnatal depression in men studied by Anglia Ruskin University psychologists

Postnatal depression in men studied by Anglia Ruskin University psychologists

Postnatal depression in men studied by Anglia Ruskin University psychologists

14 May 2021

Fathers are similarly likely to suffer from the condition, they say.


‘Proper lovely’ film by Anglia Ruskin University student wins top prize at RTS Awards

‘Proper lovely’ film by Anglia Ruskin University student wins top prize at RTS Awards

‘Proper lovely’ film by Anglia Ruskin University student wins top prize at RTS Awards

05 May 2021

Lidia Bieniarz won the top prize at the Royal Television Society’s Midlands Student Television Awards.


Shakespeare’s Globe theatre unveils five films produced by Anglia Ruskin students

Shakespeare’s Globe theatre unveils five films produced by Anglia Ruskin students

Shakespeare’s Globe theatre unveils five films produced by Anglia Ruskin students

23 April 2021

The films, all of which explore climate change, are to mark Earth Day.


Anglia Ruskin University expert wins innovation award for new film, ‘Italia Terremotata’

Anglia Ruskin University expert wins innovation award for new film, ‘Italia Terremotata’

Anglia Ruskin University expert wins innovation award for new film, ‘Italia Terremotata’

16 April 2021

Dr Fabrizio Galeazzi’s earthquake documentary is recognised by BAFTSS.


Lockdowns may be linked to rise in eating disorder symptoms, ARU research finds

Lockdowns may be linked to rise in eating disorder symptoms, ARU research finds

Lockdowns may be linked to rise in eating disorder symptoms, ARU research finds

19 March 2021

Anglia Ruskin University asked health club members to complete surveys.


25 highlights from the Cambridge Festival

25 highlights from the Cambridge Festival

25 highlights from the Cambridge Festival

04 March 2021

A fantastic new programme of online events begins later this month.


Skeleton star Lizzy Yarnold to deliver Anglia Ruskin University lecture

Skeleton star Lizzy Yarnold to deliver Anglia Ruskin University lecture

Skeleton star Lizzy Yarnold to deliver Anglia Ruskin University lecture

04 March 2021

Britain’s most successful competitor in the Winter Olympics is to talk on International Women’s Day.


Cambridge Festival launches programme of events

Cambridge Festival launches programme of events

Cambridge Festival launches programme of events

22 February 2021

The lineup for the inaugural online Cambridge Festival has gone live.


‘Community of biotech entrepreneurs’ set up by ARU and Start Codon

‘Community of biotech entrepreneurs’ set up by ARU and Start Codon

‘Community of biotech entrepreneurs’ set up by ARU and Start Codon

20 February 2021

All ARU students get opportunity to experience life sciences sector first-hand


Courtship songs ruined by traffic noise: Anglia Ruskin University probes plight of field crickets

Courtship songs ruined by traffic noise: Anglia Ruskin University probes plight of field crickets

Courtship songs ruined by traffic noise: Anglia Ruskin University probes plight of field crickets

05 February 2021

Females cannot detect quality songs amid the man-made sounds.


ARU Cambridge art exhibition goes online

ARU Cambridge art exhibition goes online

ARU Cambridge art exhibition goes online

28 January 2021

Anglia Ruskin University fine art students have moved what was to be an art exhibition staged on an indoor balcony to Instagram.


ARU student to cycle from Cambridge to Istanbul

ARU student to cycle from Cambridge to Istanbul

ARU student to cycle from Cambridge to Istanbul

18 December 2020

Cristiano Dias will be cycling from England to Turkey to bring attention to the climate crisis.

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A-Level Results Day 2020: Live coverage from Cambridgeshire schools

A-Level Results Day 2020: Live coverage from Cambridgeshire schools

A-Level Results Day 2020: Live coverage from Cambridgeshire schools

13 August 2020

Results and reaction will be coming in throughout what is a very different A level and vocational results day.


Extra nursing, midwifery and health courses available at Anglia Ruskin University through clearing

Extra nursing, midwifery and health courses available at Anglia Ruskin University through clearing

Extra nursing, midwifery and health courses available at Anglia Ruskin University through clearing

12 August 2020

Government allocates extra places


ARU to be higher education partner for new £30million Peterborough university

ARU to be higher education partner for new £30million Peterborough university

ARU to be higher education partner for new £30million Peterborough university

15 July 2020

ARU Peterborough planned to be open by 2022


Lower vitamin D levels associated with higher Covid-19 mortality rates, Anglia Ruskin University finds

Lower vitamin D levels associated with higher Covid-19 mortality rates, Anglia Ruskin University finds

Lower vitamin D levels associated with higher Covid-19 mortality rates, Anglia Ruskin University finds

23 May 2020

Vitamin D plays a role in preventing the immune system from releasing too many inflammatory cytokines.


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