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The experiences of seasonal fruit pickers in the UK have inspired a new folk song.

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The Timescapes 10 Festival will showcase a decade of major advances in qualitative longitudinal methods, 10 years on from the conclusion of the Timescapes study into family life and relationships.

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Executive Dean becomes an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to equality, to diversity and to human rights.

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67% of the School’s submitted publications have been judged “world-leading” or “internationally excellent”, with 40% judged “world-leading”, the highest rating attainable.

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Farmers are finding a new following on social media – our research suggests it could help with isolation