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Welcome - Lisa Boden

Welcome - Lisa Boden

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Professor Marie Murphy

Professor Marie Murphy talks about the research activity at PAHRC and her own research interests.

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DE Discussions: Florence Aluu and her work with VR

In this session, we talked with Florence Aluu, the founder of Flosverse, a social enterprise that uses VR technology to empower young girls. We talked about Florence's work and its application…

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BHoM 22 - Sophie Dabo-Niang

Tuesday 04 October 2022 Black Heroes of Mathematics Conference 2022 Sophie Dabo-Niang, University of Lille - On the enlightened path of an African woman in mathematics

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Red Squirrel Conservation in a Mathematical Nutshell with Andy White

This was a Maths Week Scotland 2021 Public Lecture Professor Andy White (Heriot-Watt) – whose research is focussed on applying mathematics to understand and manage wildlife systems –…

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Recovering Late-Victorian Scottish Women Writers and Their Child Readers

Recovering Late-Victorian Scottish Women Writers and Their Child Readers: Edinburgh-based Collections and Data Visualisations Dr Lois Burke (IASH) presents this CDCS Seminar on late-Victorian…

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Drawdown In Practice

climate change solutions

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IDS - Week 05 - 04 - Scientific studies and confounding

Identifying scientific studies, determining generalisability and causality, independence, and confounding

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Black Heroes of Mathematics Conference: Professor Nkechi Agwu (BMCC/CUNY)

October 2020: Black Heroes of Mathematics Conference Professor Nkechi Agwu (BMCC/CUNY) Mathematical Storytelling: Fostering Creativity, Innovation, CulturalAwareness and Entrepreneurship This talk…

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7. Passengers on the Bus

POB

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Why I am editing Wikipedia by Dr. Jess Wade at Women in STEM Connect

Talk by Dr. Jess Wade at the University of Edinburgh's Women in STEM Connect edit-a-thon on Sunday 16th August 2020.

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Video 5 - Answering questions about your job

This is a video for industry volunteers to watch to prepare for work in computing classrooms. It discusses how to answer questions about your job.

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Canto 39

Canto 39Ezra Pound's monumental poem The Cantos is the longest and most sustained literary effort made by a poet of the modernist generation in any language. It took half a century to write:…

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Why we still need to talk about diversity in Physics - Dr. Jess Wade

Dr. Jess Wade is a physicist who, alongside being a postdoc researcher at Imperial College London in plastic electronics, campaigns tirelessly to increase diversity in physics. One of…

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Girls In Tech #IWD2017

Girls In Tech #IWD2017

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