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Current project

Acrylic on canvas

Apologies for the poor quality image, I’ll get a better picture for when it is finished. 107 more words


Game theory used to explain social interactions of cancer cells

Science Daily: The interactions of cancer cells may be explained by using game theory. The Public Goods Game is part of game theory and is used in economics as a model to analyze the provision of common goods. 47 more words


Budapest Part Two

Finally the last full day dawned and it was time for the most highly anticipated part of the trip. The visit to the Turkish Baths. … 409 more words

Student Life

exhibition - one week to go

The Crossroads exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre will run until 1 February. Come in for a visit in the final few days…

and, if you’re unable to visit, the images below, courtesy of Andy C., will give you a flavour of what it’s like.



"Profit is not always the point" a TED Talk from Harish Manwani

You might not expect the chief operating officer of a major global corporation to look too far beyond either the balance sheet or the bottom line. 38 more words

Norwich Business School

Can Creative Writing Be Taught?

Just before Christmas, my friend and colleague Ashley Stokes was interviewed by Cheryl Whittaker at Mash Stories. The title of the article was ‘Can You Really Teach Me how to Write? 2,337 more words

Creative Writing

"Being a small part of something big"

Teresa Belton’s book Happier People Healthier Planet: How putting wellbeing first would sustain life on Earth has proven an inspired read to ease into the new year, helping me to re-commit to priorities I’ve personally set (and sometimes struggled with) over the last 8 years, since I first started studying Buddhism and learning about the concept of “gross national happiness.” 370 more words