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MA Pop up show – production values

The criteria I used to guide my production values for my contribution to the pop up show are as follows:

  • Use the opportunity to do something I wouldn’t be able to do easily on my own …
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We have now confirmed our postgraduate speakers for the 2nd Neolithic & Early Bronze Age Research Student Symposium! A PDF list of the papers can be found here:  223 more words


A new term, a new name, new students & some fresh advice for our new students from 2nd year student Rebecca Savage!

With the new academic year now in full swing, and having welcomed all our new Undergraduates and Postgraduates to the Department, The Golovine is also springing back to life! 1,358 more words

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Researchers to develop Breathalyzer device to alert onset of hypoglycemia

We all are aware of breathalyzers that can estimate blood alcohol content. Now, a multidisciplinary team of researchers at Indiana University-Pudue University Indianapolis have been awarded a $738,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop a breathalyzer device that warns low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) for diabetics, a condition that can be dangerous if it remains undetected. 213 more words


D-CENT: Results of the data analysis

The latest deliverable of D-CENT project has been released: D2.3 Results of the data analysis. The document contains the results of the analysis of digital data related to Barcelona Comú, an emerging grassroots movement-party that won the 2015 Barcelona City Council election. 462 more words


Whirlwind successfully completed: Sustainability symposium, Journal Special Issue 1st reviews, Alaska research trip

It has been an eventful time since my last post, mostly dominated by organizing the “Social Institutions and Sustainability” symposium on campus at Wayne State University, first level of reviewing submissions for a special issue of… 445 more words