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Forbidden Symmetry at the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition

On Sunday the 9th July X-ray crystallographers from the Asthma and Allergy group in the Randall department gathered alongside artist Dr Shelley James to present an exciting exhibition at the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition. 232 more words

Randall - Everything

Astronomical and Other Events this Week

This week sees the 2017 National Astronomy Meeting which is taking place in Hull (which, for those of you unfamiliar with British geography, is in the Midlands). 268 more words

The Universe And Stuff

Marjory Stephenson's Major Stepping Stones

At its simplest, science is the attempt of man to understand the cosmos. As such, and in accordance with popular history, it is man that either drives science forward or backward. 2,329 more words


HOF Inquiry: Creativity

This week I have been thinking about context v capabilities courtesy of our work with the Royal Society. Education is about more than accumulating large repertoires of facts and routines. 489 more words

PTC 4 #17

Learning to Communicate - a Johnston Post-Doctoral Development Fund report

This is a guest post by Andrew Holmes, Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Mammalian Behaviour & Evolution group of the Institute of Integrative Biology.

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Royal Society Commonwealth Science Conference 2017

The second edition of the Commonwealth Science Conference is held in Singapore from 13-16 June, jointly organized by UK’s Royal Society and Singapore’s National Research Foundation. 358 more words

Public Health

Royal Society Young People's Book Prize

Our Lady’s have been selected as one of the judging panels for the Young People’s  Book Prize.

Our Lady’s has been awarded a free set of the shortlisted books which have now been pored over by pupils from different departments, checking them from the perspectives of design, marketing and information books. 130 more words

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