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Learning from Vikings: archaeological lessons for 21st century climate change adaptation

The end of Norse Greenland is an iconic example of societal collapse, but how can we use this, and other ‘completed experiments’ from the past to inform contemporary debates about the…

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Teacher Education - Teaching STEM event

Always dreamed of being a teacher? Gain the skills you need and the registration required to teach in Scotland on one of our Initial Teacher Education programmes. We host a number of events…

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Wikidata & WikiCite - the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools (JROST)

Dario Taraborelli talks about Wikidata and WikiCite at the Summer 2018 workshop for the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools: https://www.wikidata.org/ http://wikicite.org/ Slides:…

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2 Nov 2018 — Chris Bickerton (University of Cambridge)

Brexit as an Exception?

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26 Oct 2018 — Maia Cross (Northeastern University)

Is Europe Really in Crisis?

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19 Oct 2018 — Ethics Forum (Tim Hayward)

Politics of a Changing World — mid-term review

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Fish immune cells lend clues to spinal cord repair

Scientists have found the immune system plays a key role in helping zebrafish nerve cells to regenerate after injury. The findings offer clues for developing treatments that could one day help people…

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5 Oct 2018 — David Hulme (University of Manchester)

Worst of Worlds, Best of Worlds? Unpacking Global Development

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28 Sep 2018 — Claire Duncanson (University of Edinburgh)

Empowering Women through UN Peacebuilding

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