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Butterflies - M.C Escher

I popped into an event at King’s College London this week celebrating women in Science on Ada Lovelace day.

Dr Sarah Barry from the Department of Chemistry used Escher’s butterflies to illustrate how often in science, things start out a little hazy and then sharpen into progressively clearer and well defined complexity. 45 more words

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Canada named world's most well-respected country by holidaymakers...

Canada named world’s most well-respected country by holidaymakers… but the UK and US fail to crack the top 10

  • Findings included in the Reputation Institute’s Country Reptrak Survey…
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Pacific Salmon Foundation - Gala Dinner & Auction

The 11th Annual Powell River Pacific Salmon Foundation Gala Dinner & Auction takes place Saturday October 24th at Dwight Hall in Townsite.

Executive Chef Dave Bowes will be catering the event that kicks off at 5:30 pm with a Reception and Silent Auction followed by Dinner at 7:00 pm and the Live Auction at 8:30 pm. 75 more words


Pennsylvania Ballet Opens New Season October 22

By RJ McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Pennsylvania Ballet opens its new season with speed and precision on October 22.

Angel Corella, artistic director of Pennsylvania Ballet, gives a preview. 139 more words

Heard On


Lately slang terms have been making me rethink the way that we speak. We have strange expressions like “or nah” and “totes mcgoats”. This language became popular by things like Vine, a celebrity, or a viral video. 808 more words

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The Guyana Institute of Historical Research - Tea Party - 31 October 2015

The Guyana Institute of Historical Research

Invites You to its annual

Under the Patronage of Mrs. Basil Williams

Tea plate: G$1,000.00

Children’s corner, Face painting, Book and Plant exhibition, Local and foreign drinks. 22 more words

Guyanese Online

Top 10 Hartford Events Happening in October

If there’s one month that fully represents the scope of Hartford’s arts and cultural scene it’s October. From creepy ghost tours that span the 19th century to live theater by local playwrights, Hartford is staying true to its promise of having it all. 436 more words