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Blog Entry 'The Boy Who Lived'? Students put the science of Harry Potter’s universe to the test
Natural Sciences students calculate the properties of Gillyweed and Skele-Gro and how their effects must be truly magical in order to work
Located in News and Events / / 2016 Archive / May
Blog Entry 2nd Annual HEA STEM Conference
Contributions from the Centre for Interdisciplinary Science (29/05/2013)
Located in Academic Departments / / News Archive / News in 2013
Blog Entry Centre Director Awarded University’s Top Teaching Award
Located in Academic Departments / Interdisciplinary Science, The Centre for / News and Events
Blog Entry Centre for Interdisciplinary Science Shortlisted for a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence
Located in Academic Departments / Interdisciplinary Science, The Centre for / News and Events
Blog Entry Centre for Interdisciplinary Science shortlisted for teaching award - again!
Located in Academic Departments / Interdisciplinary Science, The Centre for / News and Events
Blog Entry Centre wins an Interdisciplinary Science event organised by the HEA and the BBC
The Centre’s 15 minute pitch, illustrating the novel features of the degree programme through the example of the Expert Witness assessment for the second year Forensics module, won the £1000 prize against competition from 6 other Universities. The prize money will help fund an academic conference planned by the Natural Sciences undergraduate Society (11/11/2013).
Located in Academic Departments / / News Archive / News in 2013
Blog Entry Could scream power meet Britain's energy requirements?
Physics student examines if Monsters, Inc. scream power could sustain the country's energy usage
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / July
Blog Entry From the air you breathe to the air you breathe out
Our next An evening with... event will take place on Thursday 9th October, 6pm
Located in Academic Departments / Interdisciplinary Science, The Centre for / News and Events
Blog Entry How much comfort can you get from a chocolate bar?
Student study examines the link between cocoa content and mood-enhancing serotonin
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / July
Blog Entry How much is your time really worth?
Student study examines idiom 'A penny for your thoughts' and suggests a single penny could buy over 3 hours of thought
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / August

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