Poor mentoring can be worse than no mentoring for vulnerable young people. That’s one of the insights for teachers provided by the revamped Sutton Trust-Education Endowment Foundation Teaching and Learning Toolkit launched today.
A lecturer from Durham University has been awarded a grant for his part in a project that seeks to further our understanding of how the sun works.
African vultures face an increasing risk of fatal poisoning, according to Durham University research.
Birds in Asia may need a helping hand to adapt to climate change, according to scientists.
More than eighty per cent of cancers diagnosed by GPs are spotted in the first two consultations, with more than half being referred to see a specialist at the first appointment, according to a new study by a team of scientists including Durham University.
Scientists at Durham University hope to find out when and where dogs first became man’s best friend by examining DNA and bones from ancient remains – of wolves as well as dogs.
Narnia, Luke’s Gospel and the thoughts of the recently-retired Archbishop of Canterbury are all on the menu for an innovative online discussion among Christians across Britain during Lent.
Professor Paul D. Murray, Director of the Durham University's prestigious Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham University, gives his reaction to the surprise resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.
Two Durham University students who led a mass peace campaign in Northern Ireland are helping to launch a new network for peace across the UK.
A Durham University social media expert is preparing to travel to Uganda as part of a charity’s unusual bloggers’ mission.