Twitter | Search | |
The Conversation
Independent news website that only publishes articles written by academics and researchers. As a charity, we also allow every article to be republished for free
112,552
Tweets
12,057
Following
135,180
Followers
Tweets
The Conversation 10h
The reward for good pandemic leadership: lessons from Jacinda Ardern's New Zealand reelection.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 11h
"We might expect the government to subject the devolved city-regions to some kind of 'reform' in the not too distant future with the events of the past few weeks in mind."
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 12h
UK government has unveiled its latest package of support measures for businesses and employees, but it's only part of what should be prioritised, writes Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 14h
US election 2020: a toolkit for 'democracy-worthy' coverage for journalists
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 16h
Only three non-English UK-based authors have ever won the Booker prize. And all three of them were published by London presses.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 19h
Virologists handle larger quantities of virus than we would encounter in the outside world. Yet infections are incredibly rare. Yes, they use specialised protection but it's also got a lot to do with trust and responsibility … which we all can learn.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 20h
Decarbonisation: transition to net zero will not work if it creates or worsens social inequalities.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 21h
5 tips to help you better adjust to time changes.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 22h
While many of us are still working from home and taking meetings via Zoom, new research has shown women still faced sexist demands at work related to their appearance during lockdown.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation 24h
Here are some books that will make reading time more enjoyable for children and the adults reading to or with them.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
After a bitter battle, could central government take revenge on rebelling regions? History shows that revenge is a dish often served cold in Westminster.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Although both Trump and Biden are white, old, affluent men, they embody distinct and competing masculine identities: one authoritarian and the other paternalistic.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
A just energy transition: we need to be socially inclusive in achieving zero carbon emissions. The effects of climate change and mitigation are not just unequal between countries but also within countries.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Nokia of America has been awarded £10.8m for the development of a 4G network on the Moon. Problem is: it's bad news for radio astronomy.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
4 ways to rescue the economy from the pandemic, according to Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Dark matter: our method for catching ghostly haloes could help unveil what it's made of
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Norway has historically been a world leader in balancing sustainable energy policies and protection of the environment. Now a landmark case is highlighting the conflict between immediate climate action and a gradual transition to renewables.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Does Arctic oil exploration violate Norwegians' constitutional right to a healthy environment? The country's supreme court is set to decide.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Literary prizes and the problem with the UK publishing industry.
Reply Retweet Like
The Conversation Oct 23
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli: "We are entering a pivotal period in our fight against COVID-19. While there is no denying the challenges ahead, we are also better prepared and more knowledgeable than in March."
Reply Retweet Like