A regular look at our world-leading study of life in the UK: how the study works, what the research tells us, and innovative ways of using our data – for researchers, interviewers, participants and the public. To ask a question, or contribute, please email us.
The epigenetic clock is a useful tool, but the DNA methylation profile it's based on is limited
How do our attitudes to gender roles change as we age?
A look at ‘cultural omnivores’ using Understanding Society
How can researchers get their work in front of politicians?
A journal article is the tip of the iceberg of the research process
What does it mean for migrant children to be separated from their parents?
Can people learn how to respond to questions in our survey, distorting the results?
Can data help governments to plan healthcare costs?
When our participants answer questions, what happens next?
Splitting up changes households, but can housing conditions also be a factor behind couples splitting up?