The recent launch of Life Study, a unique study tracking 80,000 babies, has attracted international attention. The study, which is funded by the ESRC and the Medical Research Council, was officially launched on 23 February at the House of Lords.
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Average household income in 2014–15 is at around the same level as it was in 2007–08 - but still more than two per cent lower than in the peak years of 2009–10, according to IFS figures.
Cravings: Can Your Food Control You?, a new exhibition at the Science Museum supported by the ESRC, explores how the food we eat affects our body, brain and eating habits.
The rise of digital Bournemouth, now confirmed in a new nation-wide report, was predicted in an ESRC-funded feasibility study.
The British public's belief in the reality of climate change and its human causes is now at its highest since 2005, according to ESRC-funded research.
Using data from the ESRC-funded Understanding Society study, a new report from the RAC Foundation has explored trends in car use amongst young adults.
In a major new programme of work researchers at the ESRC-funded Institute for Fiscal Studies are analysing the implications of the different parties' fiscal policies and what happened over this parliament.
Changes in stamp duty mean less will be paid for the majority of house sales - but the Institute for Fiscal Studies believes the tax remains flawed
It’s 50 years since the Economic and Social Research Council was established. In that time it has resisted outside pressure from many directions, and has brought economic and social science to bear on the most important issues of the day.
Understanding Society, a unique longitudinal study tracking people from 40,000 households across the UK, has released its 'Wave 4' data - gathered from the fourth of its annual set of interviews.