Discover how Professor Nicola Ragge’s research is transforming the lives of children and their families.
Researchers at Oxford Brookes have not just responded to the Covid-19 pandemic with important discoverines in areas including vaccines, social inequality and the impact on health workers. But are addressing these issues – and many more – to build a better future.
Hear from Brookes researchers who are helping build a healthier, fairer and more sustainable future.
Professor Helen Dawes’ research is benefiting children and adults with disorders including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and autism. Discover how she used a rowing adventure to provide new insights into Parkinson’s.
Effects of temporary hotels on homeless families, pioneering smart energy, hot chocolate help for MS and cancer patients’ needs not being met.
Professor Helen Dawes explains what Robin Buttery’s 71-day row across the Indian Ocean tells us about Parkinson’s.
Anna Nekaris, Professor in Anthropology and Primate Conservation, Vincent Nijman, Professor in Anthropology and Dr Susan Cheyne, Associate Lecturer in Anthropology and Primate Conservation joined other internationally recognised experts in highlighting the need to protect […]
Senior Lecturer in Marketing Dr Sarah Quinton is co-leading a research project investigating whether sharing photographs via social media can enhance the wellbeing of older people, and reduce loneliness. The project, which is being run […]
Oxford Brookes is committed to research with real-world impact. Here is a round-up of some recent research at Brookes. How we feed children in early infancy could impact on eating habits later in life Dr […]
Oxford Brookes is leading a national project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to improve equality, diversity and inclusion. Eleven projects with total funding of £5.5m were announced in August 2018 […]