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September 13th

New tool for tracking junk food marketing

Getting governments moving on obesity

  • Manual for monitoring children's exposure to unhealthy food and drink promotions launches worldwide

  • Interactive TV commercials and child-friendly websites targeted alongside traditional media

  • Vital tool in the fight against obesity released ahead of major UN summit on non-communicable diseases

September 9th

Changing Adolescence news

The best days of your life?

School time is an important factor in young people’s development and achievement. Two recent publications explore this relationship by looking at changes in schooling over time. Both are based on research commissioned by the Foundation’s Changing Adolescence Programme.

September 5th

Nuffield student Hannah discovers new asteroids

Nuffield Science Bursary student Hannah Blyth helped astronomers discover over 20 new asteroids and a comet in the process of breaking up whilst on her summer placement at the University of Glamorgan. One of the asteroids, which is more than 300 million miles away, may be named Hannahblyth following verification from the Minor Planet Centre at Harvard University.