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the first Bayesian

In the first issue of Statistical Science for this year (2018), Stephen Stiegler pursues the origins of Bayesianism as attributable to Richard Price, main author of… 126 more words

Statistics

Postdoctoral Research Fellow ref 2903 : School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex

Postdoctoral Research Fellow ref 2903

School/department: School of Life Sciences
Hours: full time
Contract: fixed term
Reference:  2903
Salary: starting at £32,548 and rising to £38,833 per annum… 462 more words

Biology

Royal Institution of Hollywood

The royal and noble bloodlines have deep connections with Hollywood and the entertainment industry especially through marriages. Tom Cruise married Katie Holmes at the Odescalchi Castle. 754 more words

Juvenile Progress in Defining Blake’s Poetic Genius

by Bradley Dexter Christian

The graffiti alluding to artistic expression in biblical passages can be described as an aesthetic challenge to authentical representation of Blake’s views, particularly when affronted by Sir Joshua Reynolds’ virtue ethics. 230 more words

Blake

Robert Hooke and his “Microscopicall Observations” (Samuel Pepys, 1665)

On this day in 1665, Samuel Pepys wrote in his diary:

“Before I went to bed I sat up till  two o’clock in my chamber reading of Mr Hooke’s Microscopicall Observations , the most  ingenious book that ever I read in my life”. 175 more words

On This Day

Royal Society Partnership Grants Scheme

The next round of the Royal Society’s Partnership Grants scheme opens in February 2018.  This scheme offers up to £3000 to schools (primary and secondary) to complete an investigative project with a STEM partner, from industry or from research. 199 more words