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Re:action is the University of Southampton's termly Research and Enterprise newsletter offering insight into public policy related research conducted at the University as well as public engagement and business activities. Dive in and find out more.

Issue 20 | Spring 2022

Issue 20 | Spring 2022

This edtion features the breadth and depth of the University’s research on global climate change.

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Issue 19 | Winter 2021

Issue 19 | Winter 2021

This edition features the knowledge exchange and enterprise continually growing through the University's ground-breaking work.

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Issue 18 | Summer 2021

Issue 18 | Summer 2021

This edition celebrates our research successes under #EUHorizon2020 and looks at the future of #HorizonEU

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Issue 17| Spring 2021

Issue 17| Spring 2021

This edition reflects on the return for the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF), showcasing the research environement-related activities

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Issue 16| Winter 2020

Issue 16| Winter 2020

The edition begins with an insight into how the pandemic has affected our Early Career Researchers (ECRs)

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Issue 15| Summer 2020

Issue 15| Summer 2020

This edition covers some of our fascinating research and enterprise projects which use space related technology

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Issue 14| Spring 2020

In this edition we delve into some fascinating research partnerships that explore the worlds of art, music and literature

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Issue 13| Winter 2019

The winter edition takes an in-depth look at our collaborative and interdisciplinary world-class research which is contributing to the UN SDGs

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Issue 12| Summer 2019

In this edition we hear about the “breadth of impact” of the University’s research and enterprise activities

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Issue 11| Spring 2019

In this edition we hear about the effect of diet and health in women during pregnancy in India and the importance and experience of fieldwork

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Issue 10| Winter 2018

In this edition we hear about the rise of Agri- Science, new approaches to fight breast cancer & the impact of corporate collaborations

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Issue 09| Summer 2018

In this edition we hear about WiSET award winers, Clinical Trials Unit & Breadth of Environmental and Life Science research

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Issue 08| Spring 2018

In this edition we hear about european funding for two unique research projects & what is Media Archaeology

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Issue 07| Winter 2017

In this edition we hear about healthcare innovations, FortisNet & what does good look like

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Issue 06| Summer 2017

In this edition we hear about cyber defence failure, photonics & driving profitability through Knowledge Transfer

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Issue 05| Spring 2017

In this edition we hear about the big data transforming trading, cleaning up our skies & our people and their research

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Issue 04 | Winter 2016

In this edition we hear about the UK/Italy Springboard, FortisNet & Public Policy|Southampton

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Issue 03 | Summer 2016

In this edition we hear about re-growing bone for an ageing population, the University at Farnborough Airshow & the power of Unmanned Marine Vehicles

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Issue 02 | Spring 2016

This edition features Policy Commission winner Elselijn Kingma & the Southampton Law School work on public health and ethicss

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Issue 01 | Winter 2015

This edition we learn more about the FutureWorlds research group, SETsquared & RedLux

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