More than 10.35 million people are in prison around the world, a new report from Birkbeck's Institute for Criminal Policy Research has revealed.
To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, we have dipped into the college’s audio archives to listen to Professor Nikolaus Wachsmann describe his research findings on SS camps before the war.
Biologists are finding novel ways to stem the spread of sexually transmitted infections, such as this study into the infectious mechanisms of Chlamydia. This could lead to news ways of battling a wide variety of bacteria.
New research from Birkbeck’s Department of Organizational Psychology explores the gap between society’s ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ from the perspective of soaring chief executive officer salaries, and its impact on employee morale.
In the first post of 2016, we hear from the Department of English and Humanities’ Professor Anthony Bale, who offers an insight into his fascinating research on the relationship between emotions and landscape in the medieval Holy Land.
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