Experts

What You Need To Know: Permanent Makeup

Lorena Oberg | Posted 01.09.2017 | UK Style
Lorena Oberg

Before making a decision that affects your appearance it is important to do your research and ensure the procedure is right for you. Permanent makeup has many benefits and it is a fantastic way of defining and enhancing your physical features but there is little room for mistakes.

Fertility And Age: Knowing Where You Stand

Dr Geetha Venkat | Posted 19.05.2017 | UK Parents
Dr Geetha Venkat

At the Harley Street Fertility Clinic, we use a number of methods to evaluate a woman's fertility health. It really is crucial to undergo fertility health-checks in order to know where you stand and if you need to take steps to preserve your fertility (such as egg freezing) for the future.

Experts Reveal The Steps To Tackle Air Pollution The Government Isn't Prepared To Take

The Huffington Post | Kate Forrester | Posted 15.05.2017 | UK Politics

It’s thought to play a part in at least 40,000 deaths every year and is regarded by health professionals as a national crisis, but fixing Britain’...

The Excuses Experts Make To Show Why They Are Never Wrong

Professor Binna Kandola | Posted 15.02.2017 | UK
Professor Binna Kandola

The British economy seems to be doing rather well at the moment. Employment, share prices, actual and predicted growth are all positive. This is the o...

Why We Must Teach Our Children To Understand The Difference Between Fact And Opinion And The Role Of Experts

Dr Clare Owen | Posted 12.01.2017 | UK Parents
Dr Clare Owen

If it's difficult for us to discern the difference between fact, opinion and outright mistruths, just think how hard it is for our children. They are constantly subjected to this and, given the impact of social media, more intensely than we were at their age

Why Progressives Need To Think Again About The Politics Of Expertise

Ben Whitham | Posted 06.01.2017 | UK Politics
Ben Whitham

Progressives should be unashamedly contesting right wing ideas, even if those ideas are currently popular among voters. The answer to our present predicament cannot be to hide behind the elitist politics of government by experts, or to embrace the politics of racism that underpins all anti-immigration discourse.

A Call to Arms (Or Pens) Against Anti-Intellectualism

Amitava Banerjee | Posted 30.06.2017 | UK Politics
Amitava Banerjee

"The pen is mightier than the sword" and "knowledge is power" are maxims that have inspired academics for generations to write journal papers, gain grant funding and give lectures. Unfortunately, neither politicians, media nor our population are inside our echo chamber.

Music Industry Experts Reply to the Age-Old Question: How Do You 'Make It' in Music?

James Gilmore | Posted 09.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education
James Gilmore

The music industry has always been considered one of the most challenging industries find success in. There's competition like none other, with every artist believing they're either the 'next big thing' or 'yeezus'.

How To Be An Expert In Your Field (Even When You Feel Like A Fraud)

Dina Behrman | Posted 27.08.2016 | UK
Dina Behrman

Would you consider yourself to be an expert? I know many of the people I speak to day-to-day would cringe at the idea of calling themselves an expert, and yet they are experts at what they do.

When Did Everyone Become an Expert?

Xenios Thrasyvoulou | Posted 06.05.2015 | UK
Xenios Thrasyvoulou

Freelancing/contracting used to be reserved for the very best in the field, but with online platforms and sleek looking websites fooling us all in to thinking that any start-up can be specialist, I'm starting to see the market saturated with novices. Begging the question - When did everyone become an expert?

The Emperor's Fall ...

simon baldwin | Posted 28.07.2013 | UK Tech
simon baldwin

Company after company, council after council and QUANGO after QUANGO are still frittering huge sums of money every year. Many agencies are selling inferior services - unquestioned, unchecked and often unaccountable. There is almost no joined up thinking.

Race for the Premiership (Pundit) Title...

Gary Gowers | Posted 02.11.2012 | UK Sport
Gary Gowers

The flurry of transfer activity as we approached deadline day was typically frantic, ludicrous and just a touch exciting.

Why Did So Few Women Make It on to the Twitter 100? And Does It Matter?

Julie Tomlin | Posted 07.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Julie Tomlin

Amid all the complaining and bragging about who was ranked higher than who when it was published last week, some women on Twitter pointed out that "only one woman made it into the top 20 at all."