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Science and caution

‘Ignorance is not an option’ declared the title of a recent Editorial in the journal, Science.  The Editorial starts with a hypothetical scenario where one country’s action, implemented in the face of seemingly insurmountable crises, puts other countries’ people and economies in jeopardy.  474 more words


Things To Do In Dublin (30-03-15 – 5-04-15)

The are a couple of interesting new productions in the world of theatre this week, with Romeo and Juliet at the Gate and The Girl who believed in Magic… 764 more words


Forensic Geology

Wednesday, 1st April 2015 – Forensic Geology – Dr Maggie Williams

Dr Williams is from the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Liverpool and was last year awarded the Geological Society of London’s Distinguished Service award in recognition of her excellent contribution to the UK geoscience education community.


Dates for your Diary

Wednesday, 6th May 2015 – “How do we know where we are?” Prof Matthew Nolan

Matthew (Alan’s nephew) is Chair of Neural Circuits and… 27 more words


Adolescent Development and Faith part 1

John Westerhoff (1980 a journey together in faith) describes faith development in three stages which largely follow cognitive, physical and emotional development from childhood to adulthood. 454 more words


A Few Post-Cinematic Images #SCMS15

Standing room only in "Post-Cinema and/as Speculative Media Theory" #scms15 pic.twitter.com/UTNp85YnX4

— Matt Payne (@Ludology) March 27, 2015

Here are a few images, all taken from Twitter, from the “Post-Cinema and/as Speculative Media Theory” panel that I chaired this morning, bright and early at 9am.

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