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IBM Research Aug 16
For the first time, scientists have successfully isolated and characterized a unique carbon allotrope that they expect will lead to the creation of entirely new types of materials. via
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UoY Alumni Aug 19
The dynamic new Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity at the will bring together world-leading researchers to improve our understanding of the relationship between humanity and the world's biodiversity:
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Prof Diane Watt Aug 17
Really grateful to and for the the opportunity to talk out my project on Women’s Literary Culture Before the Conquest. The book is forthcoming with . via
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Aseem Inam Aug 15
There is nothing quite like doing full immersive research on the complex and contradictory nature of contemporary . Thanks to the , I have been very busy studying historical archives, government documents, conducting interviews . . .
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Cities and Austerity Aug 15
CURA's awarded prestigious International Academic Fellowship by to continue his research on via
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Strong Field QED Aug 15
Delighted to announce a new project funded by the and held at . We will be investigating non-perturbative in extreme regimes! Read more here!
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UoM Open Access+ Aug 15
✨🔓Gene profiling of head mesoderm in early zebrafish development: insights into the evolution of cranial mesoderm was published in EvoDevo last month. You can get the paper via
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Lise Jaillant Aug 14
📢 Save the dates📢 for Prof. Ray Siemens's two Leverhulme lectures: Wed 2 Oct. and Wed 20 Nov. . Complete list of events will be released in Sept. Looking forward to welcoming our Visiting Prof and his team this Autumn!
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Dr Leah Johnstone Aug 13
Our new paper on perceptual asymmetries in right handers and non right handers...out just in time for International 🙌
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Institute of Historical Research Aug 12
New blog post: studying the Gough Map of Britain (c.1400) using hyperspectral imagery and pigment analysis. IHR senior fellow Catherine Delano-Smith explains her new research project
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Deryn Rees-Jones Aug 12
‘Paula Rego: The Art of Story’, is published in October . Thanks for the opportunity to spend two years with Rego’s extraordinary pictures.
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Dr Rebecca McDonald Aug 12
Excited that our paper on efficiency-equity trade-offs in health and safety valuation" is online at SS&M! 1st publication by (yay!) coauthored with Judith Covey and Graham Loomes (thanks and for support)
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Physics & Astronomy Aug 6
Researchers from Physics and Astronomy have joined experts in to revolutionise the design and manufacture of micro and nanostructured materials in a new project funded by the Leverhulme Trust:
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BL Modern Manuscripts Aug 5
Do you know the Leverhulme-funded ‘Enlightenment Architectures' project? Here's their first online article 'Digital Humanities in the Memory Institution', featuring incredible work on the construction of Hans Sloane's catalogues:
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The British Academy Aug 10
"The discovery of ’s tomb was never photographed." Professor Christina Riggs () explains how the photos of Howard Carter opening the tomb in 1922 were staged as part of one of the world's first global media sensations:
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Michael Dicker Aug 9
I'm going to be one of these people representing at , do say hi and come to my talk to hear about my funded research and and other exciting activities coming out of
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Thomas Penfold Aug 9
Our new paper, , I am especially proud of probing wavepacket dynamics using ultrafast X-ray spectroscopy in collboration with . Funded by and .
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UoN Alumni Aug 9
Why the language you speak could have a bearing on much more than you realise... 🗣️ Our conversation with funded visiting Professor Douglas Kibbee on the relationship between language and law:
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Dr Katy Roscoe Aug 8
Really delighted that I'm going to be staying on at as ECF for my project 'How Convicts Connected the World: Unfree Labour on British & Imperial Dockyards', using e.g.s from UK, Ireland, Gibraltar and Bermuda in the 19thC transition to steam.
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BrainTumourResearch Aug 8
Research techniques previously used to investigate the genetic makeup of frogs are being used at our Centre at the to help improve our understanding of 🐸🔬 Find out more 👉
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