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Digitally reconstructing Glastonbury Abbey church

Our historians have helped create digital models of the 8th-century Anglo-Saxon church.

Epione vespertaria. Credit: Hectonichus/Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Population decline hits of one of England's rarest moths

Our biologists say Dark Bordered Beauties are in decline in their last English habitat near York.

Sugar hit: taxing unhealthy food could change our habits

Can a tax on sweet drinks and sugary cereals steer shoppers towards healthier alternatives?

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A sporting tradition

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Learning from Human Rights Defenders

Human Rights Defenders

Activists from Central America and South East Asia share their experiences, Thursday 30 June.

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