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Matter over mind?

Summer is well and truly upon us. The heat of the July sun contrasts strongly with the same sunshine on a winter’s day. As the Earth tilts slightly towards the sun this tiny movement increases the sun’s power and we feel the difference. 668 more words

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Politics and International Relations One-Year PhD Scholarships for Study in Cardiff University, United Kingdom

If you would like to study in Cardiff University, United Kingdom and pursue Full Time Postgraduate Research Program in any Subject you can avail Politics and International Relations One-Year PhD Scholarships which is being offered by Politics and International Relations. 9 more words

Clowning Around at Kids Out

Once a year our fantastic mentors, Cardiff Bay Rotary Club, organise an activity day for local disabled children called Kids Out.

Kids Out is held at an open air Welsh Heritage museum called… 289 more words

Looking back at the week

Well, Sunday is upon us and a new week begins tomorrow. Probably as hot as the last!!

This week has been spent practising ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ by The Who and would have resulted in a recording if I didn’t over do it on the bass and balloon my finger blasting out Eric Johnson’s award winning ‘Cliffs of Dover’. 317 more words

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PhD in Cancer Immunology for Study in Cardiff University, United Kingdom

If you would like to study in Cardiff University, United Kingdom and pursue Full Time Postgraduate Research Program in any Subject you can avail PhD in Cancer Immunology which is being offered by Cardiff School of Medicine. 15 more words

Sustainable Communities and Alternative Finance for Study in Cardiff University, United Kingdom

If you would like to study in Cardiff University, United Kingdom and pursue Full Time Postgraduate Research Program in any Subject you can avail Sustainable Communities and Alternative Finance which is being offered by Cardiff School of Planning and Geography. 10 more words

Ode to my study carrel

Nothing is quite as exciting as having a new library to explore, and I’ve been granted access to some good ones of late – Chawton House Library, a women’s studies centre set in a house which once belonged to Jane Austen’s richer brother; the high shelves and Victorian stepladders of York Minster Library; dozens of beautiful old Carnegie Libraries from Clitheroe to Cathays; even the high Medieval surroundings of the Bodleian Library in Oxford, thanks to a Postgraduate Studentship and the fact my supervisor emailed ahead. 596 more words

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