Thought Leadership- forensics that suggests how Richard III died and wording of the Scottish independence campaigns

Posted by sb661 at Sep 17, 2014 10:15 AM |
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In the latest of a series of opinion pieces, Professor Sarah Hainsworth (pictured), Department of Engineering discusses how the Richard III remains suggest he died under a hail of blows. This article was originally posted on The Conversation.

An additional article from Professor Andrew Colman, School of Psychology questions the poor wording of the Scottish independence referendum ballot paper. The article version was originally posted on Leicester Exchanges.

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