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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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21 Sept 2018 — Julia Calvert (University of Edinburgh)

How Comparative Advantage Works (and how it doesn't)

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Developing Methods to Trace Participation Patterns Across Online Writing

Seminar hosted by the Centre for Research in Digital Education - https://www.de.ed.ac.uk ---Alecia Marie Magnifico (University of New Hampshire, USA)Jen Scott Curwood (University of Sydney,…

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Dr Torgny Roxå

Strong and weak ties – changing teaching cultures in higher education in programme Torgny Roxå Lund University, Sweden Learning & Teaching Conference 2018

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Prof Andrea Goldsmith: Can machine learning trump theory in communication system design?

Design and analysis of communication systems have traditionally relied on mathematical and statistical channel models that describe how a signal is corrupted during transmission. In particular,…

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Dr R Byron Pipes: Advanced Composites Simulation is the Language for Innovation

The extraordinary developments in simulation offer enormous potential for acceleration of technologies that have been developed with conventional heuristic approaches, but are essential to…

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Hala Ousta - Diversity and Inclusion

Seminar delivered by Hala Ousta Diversity & Inclusion Manager Scottish FA

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3 Nov 2017 — Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh)

The Conquest of America by al Qaeda

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17 Nov 2017 — Linus Hagström (Swedish Defence University)

Nation-States as Narcissists: the US & Japan

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