Illness-related fatigue: More than just feeling tired

A common refrain during the COVID-19 pandemic is, “I’m so tired.” After months of adjusted living and anxiety, people are understandably weary. Parents who haven’t had a break from their kids are worn out. Those trying to juggle working from home with homeschooling are stretched thin. Between concerns about health, finances, and isolation, everyone is […]

Impacts of marine plastic pollution in south-east Asia researched

Home News, Events & Publications News NERC news Research on plastic pollution in south-east Asia marine ecosystems Leading environmental and research agencies in the UK and in Singapore have announced funding support for four innovative international research collaborations that will investigate how to reduce the impact of plastic pollution on marine ecosystems in south-east Asia. […]

RRS Sir David Attenborough departs Cammell Laird for sea trials

Home News, Events & Publications News NERC news RRS Sir David Attenborough departs Cammell Laird for sea trials 21 October 2020 The UK’s most advanced polar research ship – RRS Sir David Attenborough – has left Cammell Laird shipyard for two weeks of technical sea trials. In November, the shipyard will formally hand over the ship […]

Why Long-Term Love Feels Boring and Why It’s Actually Not

Why Long-Term Love Feels Boring and Why It’s Actually Not

“It’s not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean.” ~Tony Robbins BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! The sound of my fiancé’s alarm went off at 5:00 in the morning. I had fallen asleep around 2am after scrolling for hours on Instagram and Pinterest. Frustrated, I rolled into […]