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Abroad With A Blog...Figures

You know, I really thought I wasn’t going to be one of those people that had an abroad blog, I really did. Oh well, I caved. 1,142 more words

City University

How can adequate funding for flood defences and carbon reduction measures be provided?

Localise West Midlands website recently carried news of a report published by Finance for the Future. Green New Deal convenor Colin Hines, co-founder of Localise West Midlands and Richard Murphy, Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University, London, warned in December that the Paris Climate talks are facing an enormous funding problem to which there is only one viable solution: using a variation on the idea of People’s Quantitative Easing that has received much attention during 2015. 275 more words

Monetary Reform

Iphone shooting at City University London

During a simple Iphone exercise I was meant to take some photos from City University just to re-create them with the help of photoshop and therefore to learn some new tricks. 190 more words


Differences Between Campus and City Universities

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This blog is going to be about how different campus universities are to city universities. My home uni is the University of Essex which is a campus uni, however I am currently on an exchange year in Melbourne, Australia, where I study at a city university called RMIT. 345 more words

Global Family

Round-up: coverage for new Data Journalism book

Here’s a quick list of links related to the publication of a new book, Data Journalism: Inside the global future, which I was fortunate to have the opportunity to co-edit alongside  265 more words


Test to diagnose face blindness

Original post from Autism Eye


People with autism who suffer from face blindness may for the first time be in line for a diagnosis of the condition. 330 more words



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