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Oscar Pistorius sentenced to five years in jail for culpable homicide – Bill Dixon, Professor of CriminologyOscar Pistorius has finally been sentenced, to what his judge described as “a sentence that is fair and just, both to society and to the accused”: for the culpable homicide of Reeva Steenkamp, he will serve a prison term of five years. For a firearms offence of which he was also found guilty, he received ...
A message from the Registrar: Week One incidentA message from Dr Paul Greatrix, Registrar, The University of Nottingham: From conversations and correspondence over the last week, I know that most of you will have read media reports and many of you seen video footage of Students’ Union Week One Reps leading groups of our new students in offensive and ‘tribal’ chanting at ...
China’s Big Gamble in SpaceWritten by Joan Johnson-Freese. Space activity, including everything from launch, to orbital operations, servicing and exploration– and especially human spaceflight– is difficult, risky and expensive. If it were not more countries would be claiming bragging rights. But it is, and so while most countries are users of space-provided information, only a few can claim major ...