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March 22nd

Nuffield students win at the Big Bang UK Science and Engineering Competition

Congratulations to all of our Nuffield Research Placement students who were finalists in last week’s Big Bang Competition at the NEC in Birmingham.

March 20th

Azeem Azhar appointed to the board of Ada Lovelace Institute

The Nuffield Foundation has appointed technology entrepreneur, investor and adviser Azeem Azhar to the board of the Ada Lovelace Institute, an independent research and deliberative body with a mission to ensure data and artificial intelligence (AI) work for people and society.

March 18th

No fault divorce proposal is consistent with international trends

New research published today by the Nuffield Foundation argues that the Ministry of Justice's (MOJ) proposal for no fault divorce is fully consistent with international trends. Indeed, the report finds there is an international trend away from requiring any ground at all. 

March 13th

Early intervention is key to breaking 'vicious circle' of maths anxiety

Three-quarters (77%) of children with high maths anxiety are normal to high achievers on curriculum maths tests, according to Nuffield-funded research from the Centre for Neuroscience in Education at the University of Cambridge. 

March 7th

Nuffield Foundation become the 100th funder to sign up to 360Giving

We are delighted to become the 100th funder to sign up to 360Giving. 360Giving supports UK grantmakers to publish information on who, where and what they fund in an open, standardised format to build a better picture of the funding landscape and boost its impact.

March 4th

New study calls for supervision orders to have ‘more teeth’

20% of all children in England who return home after care proceedings and are placed on a supervision order are back in the family court within five years because of further significant harm, new research led by Lancaster University has found.