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An enticement even, to lure you in.

I am about to embark on a new project. It’s exciting. It’s a little scary. It’s funded by Arts Council England – yay, and I will be writing more about this soon. 394 more words

The Wandering Historian: Reflections on a Year of Research Abroad

In the second of our posts on doing research abroad, Tom Smith  (@TomEtesonSmith) traverses the United States.

Working on American history from a British university as I do, it was inevitable that at some point during my PhD research I was going to have to spend some time abroad. 658 more words

Research

The World of Bunch: part one

Whilst writing Winter Downs and the world of my heroine, Rose ‘Bunch’ Courtney, there were many things that required some careful research. The first that came to mind was the knotty problem of rationing. 798 more words

Books

Fourth Cheshire surveys finds ¾ of residents oppose fracking

A fourth survey of residents in Cheshire has found more than 75% oppose fracking. 389 more words

Fracking

IoT BLE Security Vulnerability

Results of a study undertaken by an SRA supported by School RKE funds.

“Things” as referred to in The Internet of “Things”, are everyday objects that have been adapted to be hosts for low energy sensors. 1,155 more words

Security

Science Fiction Inspiration Pick for the Week ending February 19,2017

I found out NASA is looking for alien life, Dubai is launching hover taxis, and robot’s will be delivering parcels in the future.


NASA Plans to Drill Into Europa’s Crust In Search of Life… 69 more words

Science Fiction

Wearables Diagnosed Lyme

http://spectrum.ieee.org/view-from-the-valley/consumer-electronics/portable-devices/wearable-sensors-spot-lyme-disease

Stanford professor Michael Snyder recently was diagnosed with Lyme Disease by noticing changes in his body by wearing a Basis smart watch (since discontinued), 195 more words

Lyme