FBI accuses wealthy parents and celebrities regarding college entrance bribes

FBI accuses wealthy parents and celebrities regarding college entrance bribes

The U.S. Justice Department announced that they have charged 50 people, including Full House actress, Lori Loughlin, and Desperate Housewives actress, Felicity Huffman, for bribing college and entrance exam officials, on Tuesday March 12 The parents of these students had paid sports coaches to recruit the students on to their...

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The Renaissance Nude at the Sackler Gallery

The Renaissance Nude at the Sackler Gallery

The publicity material surrounding this exhibition uses Bronzino’s portrayal of Saint Sebastian as a rather beautiful young man with a shock of ginger hair, and a red cloak draped over his nude torso, coyly looking out of the frame with a wistful expression, which contains more than a hint of...

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A guide to food sustainability in London

A guide to food sustainability in London

Food sustainability is becoming an increasing concern for Brits– 88% UK adults choose to buy seafood from sustainable sources according to a 2018 poll. People are adapting their eating habits to make sure they’re not only getting a balanced diet from a nutritional perspective, but also making choices that will...

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AI in healthcare: the rise of robotics in rehabilitation and surgery

AI in healthcare: the rise of robotics in rehabilitation and surgery

A data-driven future is on healthcare’s horizon with ninety percent of NHS jobs set to require digital skills in the next twenty years. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could save 5.7m hours of GPs time across the country, according to a recent report led by Dr Eric Topol, Founder of...

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Inspiring the next-generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Inspiring the next-generation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Statistics have shown the number of women working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (WISE) industries is at a dismal twenty-five percent, according to the WISE Campaign. Whilst the gender-gap is on the gradual decrease, women remain underrepresented making up less than half of Science Professionals (43.2%). Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon...

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Breast cancer risk to 1.4 million Londoners

Breast cancer risk to 1.4 million Londoners

A quarter of women in London (24%) are putting their health at risk, having either never checked their breasts for cancer or cannot remember the last time they did, according to new research from BUPA and HCA Healthcare UK. Breast cancer is the UK’s most common type of cancer and...

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A Mindful Education

A Mindful Education

Schools should, unquestionably, be sanctuaries of empathy where heart-felt, non-judgmental,present moment awareness is witnessed in the interactions between adults and children.Working with an attitude of mindfulness for best practice in schools should be at the forefront of all education policy, planning and curriculum delivery. Children should inhabit learning spaces which...

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