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Peaks and troughs: the chemistry behind our hormones

Peaks and troughs: the chemistry behind our hormones Inaugural lecture by Professor Ruth Andrew. Recorded Tuesday 30 May at Wellcome auditorium, QMRI,

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Commemorating Andrew Walls (1928–2021)

On October 5, 2021, the Centre for the Study of World Christianity commemorated the life and legacy of its founder, Professor Andrew F. Walls (1928–2021), through a research seminar discussing…

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Structured data on Wikimedia Commons: today and tomorrow

AbstractThe development of Structured Data on Commons, or SDC, took place between 2017 and 2019. Since then, it has been an important feature to make media files on Wikimedia Commons more…

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GLAMs and Open Access: The Met Museum and the Smithsonian Institution as Case Studies

SpeakersKelly Doyle: Open Knowledge Coordinator, American Women's History Initiative, Smithsonian InstitutionAndrew Lih: Met Museum / Wikimedian at Large, Smithsonian InstitutionAbstractIn this…

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The Legacy of Andrew Ranicki - a photo tour - Ian Hambleton

The Legacy of Andrew Ranicki - a photo tour Ian Hambleton (McMaster University) Manifolds and K-theory: the legacy of Andrew Ranicki online workshop 21 - 25 Jun 2021 To remove the captions from this…

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Bedside Clinical Teaching

Dr Andrew Degnan offers tips on how to make bedside clinical teaching manageable and educationally robust based on his own experience.

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Lecture 1 Part 4

Local and superordinate identities

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MS Teams Live Events: Producing a Live Event

In this video, Andy Todd from the University's Digital Skills and Training Team explains the role of the Producer within an MS Teams Live Event. The video covers the following topics: General…

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Prof. Andrew Erskine - Roman Power, Greek Reaction

Andrew Erskine, Professor of Ancient History, delivered his inaugural lecture entitled "Roman power, Greek reaction". At the beginning of second century BC, Rome announced that it had…

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Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Fergus Linehan

Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Fergus Linehan

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Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Brian Eno

Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Brian Eno

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Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Beatriz Colomina

Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series Beatriz Colomina

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Andrew Lang: US-China Trade Relations

Prof Andrew Lang discusses his research on US-China trade relations.

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Andrew Lang: Global Meta Regulation

Prof Andrew Lang discusses his work on global meta-regulation.

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1 Scientist, 1 Question, 1 Minute! - What can volcanic ash layers tell us about the past? Professor Andy Dugmore

What can volcanic ash layers tell us about the past? - Professor Andy DugmoreListen to Professor Andy Dugmore, from the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh, explain what volcanic ash…

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Inaugural lecture: Imaging - much more than a pretty picture

Images surround us. They permeate our physical and virtual spaces. They also populate somewhat less conspicuous, but important territories.Images underpin a large variety of research - from clinical…

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