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Politics, Business and the Scientific Method

I’d imagine that you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who did not believe in the scientific method. Since the late seventeenth century, this most powerful and yet simple of ideas has allowed us to harness our natural curiosity about the world around us to make unimaginable progress in simple steps: observe, hypothesise, predict, test. If […]

Tutorhub Q&A: How to construct an A* Response in English

Some great advice from Heather on how to construct an essay that is likely to attract the top grade in English Literature. With the exam season fast approaching, Tutorhub gets a lot of questions of how to revise and how best to present your answers, so we’ll be show casing some of the answers from […]

Forms of innovation

I was reminded recently of an old truth: innovations come in many forms and whilst some are easily accepted and absorbed, others are not. At it’s most basic, give me a decent new toy and I’ll love playing with it, ask me to change my routine and I’ll hate it, even if it’s relatively easy […]

University Tuition Fees

It is with some trepidation that I tip-toe on to the dangerous and emotive territory of university tuition fees. A week or so ago, I was at a reception attended by Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills (it was the innovation bit that I was interested in). With an election looming, […]

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