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Interns Depart

Our most recent set of Interns will soon be leaving the White Rose Brussels office after an engaging 7-month internship. A little about them and what they have experienced from the internship:   Tom Exall studied Political Communications at the University of Leeds and has been working as our communications intern. As well as running […]

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News WRB Office Participates in First UniLion Event on Brexit

WRB Office Participates in First UniLion Event on Brexit

On the 22nd March, the Informal Network of University Liaison Offices (UniLion) held its first event on the topic of future research collaboration after Brexit. The event was introduced by Dr Phil Holliday, European Public Affairs Director of White Rose Brussels. The event launched the UniLion report, ‘Post-Brexit: Perceived Challenges for collaboration between British and […]

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News Event report – Archaeology in Europe

Event report – Archaeology in Europe

On Tuesday 20th March 2018 the White Rose Brussels office ran an event in the European Parliament entitled ‘Archaeology in Europe, the Use of Technological Tools in Cross-Border Research’. The event examined the impact of UK-led research on European Archaeology, from both the perspective of the University sector as well as on the wider Archaeology community. […]

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News Hydrocarbon Emissions Underestimated, University of York Study Finds.

Hydrocarbon Emissions Underestimated, University of York Study Finds.

Researchers from the University of York show that global levels of ethane and propane in the atmosphere have been undervalued by more than 50%. The effects of ethane and propane are acuter in big cities where ethane and propane mix with nitrogen oxides from vehicles and power plants, this then forms ozone – a greenhouse […]

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