Welcome to the latest Dialogue magazine.
From digging underground to protect archaeological treasures, to unveiling the wonders of deep space, this issue of Dialogue is travelling far and wide to focus on the extensive achievements of staff and students.
Find out how a new online course will help to protect endangered archaeology across the world, and get the most accurate picture yet of how our corner of the universe looks.
You can also find out about a new study of women’s sport, a review of LGBT+ History Month, together with news about Durham’s new academic registrar.
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Dr Monika Nangia has been appointed as Academic Registrar here at Durham.
We’re excited to launch a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) entitled Endangered Archaeology: Using Remote Sensing to Protect Cultural Heritage.
A study from our Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences has shown that misogynistic attitudes towards women’s sport may still be rife. A study from our Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences has shown that misogynistic attitudes towards women’s sport may still be rife.
A pioneering astronomer from our Department of Physics has collaborated with a team of international scientists to reveal an astonishingly detailed radio image of more than 4.4 million objects and a very dynamic picture of our Universe.
An international team of researchers, including Professor Carlos Frenk, Professor Adrian Jenkins and Dr. John Helly from our Department of Physics, has produced the largest and most accurate computer simulation to date of our local patch of the Universe.
Our Department of Biosciences is working on a new drug based on a protein found in tick saliva that could ease chronic pain and itching in people.
Huge congratulations to two of our societies for their success at the Bright Network Society of the Year Awards.
February was Random Acts of Kindness month and our community leaped at the chance of getting involved.
Imagine a gender-equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination. A world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
LGBT+ History month occurs each February and is a celebration of the history of the LGBT+ community worldwide.
The next National Day for Staff Networks is taking place on Wednesday 11 May 2022. Networks are all about people; they are about progressive change; they are all about supporting the employee journey and inspiring a feeling of belonging.