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Dr Alecia Carter's six year study shows baboons associate by phenotype

Latest research shows that, within large troops, baboons spend more time grooming those with similar dominance rank and boldness to themselves. Preferring such grooming partners may prevent new skills and knowledge being transmitted around the wider troop, say researchers

Professor Dame Carol Robinson honoured in the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards

Professor Dame Carol Robinson has been named the 2015 European Laureate in this year's L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards for creating a revolutionary method for studying how proteins function and establishing a whole new scientific field: gas phase structural biology.

International Women's Day: How to be a male feminist?

To celebrate International Women's Day, Chair of the Alumni Association Rosie Johnston, contemplates male feminism

Churchill's Master announced as British Science Association President-Elect

The British Science Association (BSA) has today announced that Professor Dame Athene Donald is to be its next President. Athene will take up the role, succeeding current BSA President Sir Paul Nurse, in September.

Human Rights Day: Media in Exile — Fighting back against authoritarian regimes

The last in our Orange your Neighbourhood series. To mark  Human Rights Day alumnus Celia Davies — Fundraising & Strategy Manager at Azerbaijan’s only surviving independent reporting network, discusses the control and suppression of the media by the authoritarian governments.

Orange your Neigbourhood: Defining & Defeating Domestic Violence

Churchill student Maud McCaffrey reflects on recent changes to UK domestic violence laws & asks is it enough? The second in our series supporting the UN's Orange your Neighbourhood campaign to raise awareness of gender-based violence.

Orange your Neigbourhood: Running on the Cracks

The 25th November is the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the start of the Orange your Neighbourhood campaign. As part of this campaign, we have asked members of the Churchill community to reflect on themes of gender-based violence and discrimination.

Amanda Chen wins award for outstanding research

Whitaker International Fellow Amanda Chen has been awarded the 2015 Student Award for Outstanding Research.