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August 26th

Are we failing to engage young people?

In his attempt to probe for deeper causes of the recent disturbances across England, journalist Warwick Mansell revisits reports from the Engaging Youth Enquiry, undertaken by the Rathbone Trust as part of the Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training.

August 17th

Vorderman draws on Nuffield research to demonstrate inadequacy of mathematics education provision

Carol Vorderman’s report into mathematics education makes a series of recommendations for mathematics education, among them that everyone should study some form of mathematics until the age of 18. The report, A world-class mathematics education for all our young people, draws on Nuffield Foundation research in its recommendations.  

August 15th

Solidarity: a core value in bioethics

Solidarity in bioethics has received increasing attention but it is often unclear what the concept means.

Together with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, we have funded the Nuffield Council on Bioethics to develop a new working definition of solidarity and apply it to policy making in the areas of biobanks, pandemics and lifestyle disease. 

August 10th

Science Bursary students get to work

Over one thousand students across the UK are currently gaining professional experience of scientific research though their Nuffield Science Bursary placements.

August 4th