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Founding Historians Lecture 2019 given by Bill Osgerby, Emeritus Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at London Metropolitan University.
New scientific results are revealing growing hazards to water quality around the world, in particular, in poorer countries.
Classical composers are often trained to think that originality means devising new ideas and methods, and precludes quoting the past.
Thankfully, evolution has ensured that children are resilient to much (though not all) of what life throws their way.
Asa Briggs Fellowship Lecture with guest speaker Dr Antke Engel, Institute for Queer Theory, Berlin, Germany (Global).
Dynamics and Control play a major role in the design and operation of just about everything that moves: cars, aircraft, electric motors and robots.
One of the fascinating lessons of quantum physics is that the strength of interactions between particles depends on energy or distance.
Neurons in our sensory systems cooperate to extract information and meaning from our environment. Different neurons divide up their roles.
What are historians for? And how do we find out?
Events of the last decade have underlined the limitations of formal migration controls.