Category Archives: Inclusion and DIversity

Protection Against Viruses Through Micronutrients in Food – My Journey

I’d like to share my nutrition research with you, which I have gathered to try out at home during the lockdown, through studying media as a journalist, nutrition, official advice, politics and science since February. I started after a presentation … Continue reading

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Finding the Path to Turn an Idea into a Business

I’ve reached the stage where I have tested an idea to find out if people want it, seen if anyone else is doing it or how easily they could do it and how to deliver it and what that might … Continue reading

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A New Era for Chefs and Catering Through Hearth

Hearth provides a clear and simple definition of what human nutrition is and how we, as a species, access it best. It is not ‘one-size-fits-all’ as has been assumed. A one size fits all approach is saying one diet is … Continue reading

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What to Do if Your Learning Style is Not Catered For

Since the 1990s, when I was taking my art degree, I noticed how many English higher education establishments were very academic-centric. My various artistic friends attended free art colleges in London, Bristol and the south coast (Bishop’s Otter, Dartington etc) … Continue reading

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When Academic Courses Equip their Graduates with Business Sense

Whatever you are studying at degree level and beyond, the greater context has to be preparation for finding work or starting a business in your chosen sector. It seems that whatever you learn, showing people under the engine of the … Continue reading

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Universal Language and the Visual Mind

What is the first thing that springs to mind if I mention ‘universal language’? For me it is sign language, although sadly, that turns out to be not the case. To me that is one big missed opportunity. The other … Continue reading

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