Yesterday was A Level results day in the UK. News websites were full of pictures of students jumping in the air to celebrate their grades and stories about A Levels being harder/easier …Read More →
Posts By: Robert Perry
On your marks…
If you’ve been in the UK this week you won’t have missed the return of the BBC’s flagship summer show. Among all the usual trappings of cake, aprons and innuendo, the first …Read More →
You’ve decided you want to do something a little bit out of the ordinary for your next marketing push. But you’re also a little bit concerned about getting it right…
Tracy has already written about the …Read More →
Big news in the world of digital media this week, and I’m not talking about the sale of the Financial Times.
In WHSmiths stores around the country on Wednesday, the public was able …Read More →
Some of your best stories will come from your audience – but to get them, you need to think about your approach to community management.Read More →
Mortarboards, black gowns, and parents beaming with pride… it can only mean one thing: graduation season is here.
As one of the busiest points in the education calendar (alongside results days, Freshers’ Week, exam time, and …Read More →
This week we saw George Osborne deliver the first budget of this parliament – the first budget by a Conservative majority government for nearly two decades.
Alongside the news about a “national living wage” and the …Read More →
You won’t have missed that the UK’s biggest music festival is taking place this weekend. Obviously this is of huge interest to university students, many of whom will be packing their tents, flags and wellies …Read More →
Academics carry out very serious work, but it’s often the more frivolous research which gets media attention. So it’s been very gratifying to see the important work of Professor Jessica Myrick at the University of …Read More →
Earlier this week Nobel laureate Sir Tim Hunt made a bit of a gaffe when he expressed his opinions on women working in his field of biochemistry.
Trying to be lighthearted in his …Read More →