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Liberal Arts and Sciences Cadbury Research Library Internship

By Zoe Emery (year 3 Liberal Arts and Sciences)

There is something incredibly exciting about handling first-editions of Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy, as well as Queen Victoria’s personal diary, the Mingana collection (a group of Middle Eastern manuscripts dating from as early as the 6th century), ancient Egyptian papyri, Neville Chamberlain’s copy of… 499 more words


Wondered how the digital landscape worked? Take a look here...

The digital landscape can be quite complicated and filled with acronyms that may cause more confusion than make sense!  So, to help you, check out the website… 273 more words

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Towards a new mode of self-tracking

In a conference paper and my forthcoming book The Quantified Self: A Sociology of Self-Tracking Cultures, I identify five modes of self-tracking. What I call ‘private self-tracking’ is undertaken for voluntary and personal reasons that are self-initiated. 406 more words

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Pulmonary pressure, telemedicine, and heart failure therapy

The Lancet: Published Online: 08 November 2015

Heart failure is a leading cause of hospital admissions in patients with cardiac diseases and poses a huge burden for patients and societies.

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Awards for top Digital Technologies student at WEGC

Congratulations to Aleisha Amohia as top Year 13 Digital Technologies student for 2015. Thanks to Datacom for recognizing this achievement with a certificate and generous prize. 48 more words

Working with Archaeology Collections at Brighton & Hove Museums

As part of my project research into audiences for archaeological information, I am over the moon to be working with Brighton & Hove Museums and their archaeological collections over the next 2 years. 515 more words

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