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Nigerian police: why improving public trust has proven difficult

Tarela Juliet Ike

Policing plays a vital role in maintaining law and order in any society. Public trust and confidence in the police is a concern in many parts of the world.

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Black Pepper: Healthy or Not?

Laura Brown

Everybody knows that consuming too much salt is bad for your health. But nobody ever mentions the potential impact of the other condiment in the cruet set: black pepper. Does it have an effect on your health?

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Four reasons why children need to be more active in school playgrounds

Michael Graham

School breaktimes might be assumed to be the most active period in a child’s school day. While some children are physically active at breaktimes, for others there are a number of barriers preventing them from doing anything energetic, recent research has highlighted.

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In the media

  • Franc's backing new film-makers
    Evening Gazette, p.8, Print and Web, 13/05/2022
  • Graduates set to inspire next generation at Animex Festival
    Northern Echo, p.41, Print and Web, 12/05/2022
  • Scott Bros supports Teesside University research into carbon capture using 'waste' soil
    B Daily, Web, 09/05/2022

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