Science and Environment

Why conspiracy theorists won’t give up on MH17 and MH370

Why conspiracy theorists won’t give up on MH17 and MH370

Posted by sb661 at Aug 19, 2014 11:10 AM |

Professor Martin Parker, School of Management, discusses on the Conversation whether accepting random events as mere coincidences is just too hard

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Out of Africa: modern humans left the home continent in at least two waves

Out of Africa: modern humans left the home continent in at least two waves

Posted by sb661 at Apr 29, 2014 11:45 AM |

In The Conversation article, Dr Daniel Zadik discusses the theories that humans migrated out of Africa

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Google still controls your information, despite EU ruling

Google still controls your information, despite EU ruling

Posted by sb661 at Feb 10, 2014 02:40 AM |

Dr Giuseppe A. Veltri explains on The Conversation about th settlement between the Eurpean Commission and Google

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Watershed moment in nuclear standoff with Iran over its right to enrich uranium

Watershed moment in nuclear standoff with Iran over its right to enrich uranium

Posted by sb661 at Jan 20, 2014 06:10 AM |

In an article in The Conversation, Dr Andrew Futter he evaluates the impact of the interim deal agreed to scale-back Iran’s nuclear programme

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Canine conundrum: did dog days dawn in Europe?

Canine conundrum: did dog days dawn in Europe?

Posted by sb661 at Nov 14, 2013 07:55 AM |

Dr Daniel Zadik explains on The Conversation the conflicting ideas about dog's origins

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The legacy of DNA profiling

Posted by uatemp13 at Oct 16, 2013 12:00 PM |

2014 sees the thirtieth anniversary of the invention of DNA profiling by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys at the University of Leicester. As a prelude to the celebrations of this achievement, Sir Alec, Dr Turi King (Department of Genetics) and Dr John Bond OBE (Department of Chemistry) met to discuss the legacy for the world of this fantastic advance in science.

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