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GCOP200 Research Project

GCOP200

Thursday, 29th January 2015

We were introduced to the research project today, which will form the bulk of credits for this module (GCOP200 is 20 credits overall).   79 more words

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"A different perspective" in the Greenspace Information for Greater London (GiGL) online magazine

The following piece was written for the GiGLer, the newsletter of Greenspace information for Greater London (GiGL).  In this (very) short piece, I’m explaining the approach that we use at ExCiteS to understand ecology, environmental volunteering and what knowledge we can extract by using environmental data collected by citizens. 318 more words

Articles

Gerald Scarfe (Experiment 5)

Gerald Scarfe is famously known for his caricatures and political satire. There is obviously an element of humour to his work and so I am going to look a bit deeper into why we find it funny. 2,336 more words

Research And Experiments

The 2nd Battalion the Norfolk Regiment in Mesopotamia

Summary for November 1914 – January 1915

As well as researching the background to the Mesopotamian Front during WW1 our researcher has also summarized the 2nd Norfolk Battalion’s actions quarter by quarter. 887 more words

War Diary

Overcoming The Problem Of Starting

Finding ways to get the ball rolling has always been the most difficult part of any project in my experience. The vast open end of possibilities that extent from topics such as Building Design and Construction often leave me dumbfounded as to how to go about wading through the various subtopics, searching for a problem that inspires me enough to spend the next year dedicating hours of time to create, or offer a slightly different, solution to said problem.   402 more words

Brainstorming

Enlightenment Thinkers and French Revolution

The Enlightenment and the French Revolution could be described as the most influential and significant historical events in Europe during the eighteenth century. The Enlightment inspired people and the French Revolution encouraged people all over the world to fight for freedom and equality. 1,288 more words

Power of 3 helps amalgam go mercury-free

Fourth-year students from the University of Saskatchewan, Anapaula Campos, Kellyana Quattrini and Jenna Schmitt, have been working on a novel amalgam since their first year in the college. 283 more words

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