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Published in : 2016-10-20 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Speaker: Professor David Shanks, UCL Psychology and Language Sciences - Thursday 13th October 2016 #ucllhl Bring your lunch and your curiosity!
Published in : 2016-10-10 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Professor David Shanks (UCL Psychology and Language Sciences) gives an insight into his Lunch Hour Lecture: "Does social science tell the truth?". Join us in ...
Published in : 2015-12-01 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Speaker: Professor Ann Phoenix, Thomas Coram research unit, Dept of Social Sciences, UCL Institute of Education While narrative methods are increasingly ...
Published in : 2014-03-27 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Professor Christian Dustmann, UCL Economics New research has shown the beneficial impact that immigration has on the UK economy. However, the beliefs ...
Published in : 2017-02-27 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Speaker: Professor Michael Grubb, Institute for Sustainable Resources, Thursday 2nd February 2017 #ucllhl Bring your lunch and your curiosity! UCL Lunch ...
Published in : 2012-12-13 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Dr Martin Zaltz Austwick, Lecturer, UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis We live in an era of abundant data, and more data is being opened up to the world ...
Published in : 2018-10-31 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Professor Christian Dustmann, Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration, UCL Global Governance Institute.
Published in : 2016-02-01 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Speaker: Dr Tristan Smith UCL Bartlett School of Environment Energy and Resources International shipping is the system that enables globalisation. The way it ...
Published in : 2012-12-14 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Dr Francisco Diego Quintana, Honorary Research Associate, UCL Department of Physics and Astronomy Prof Elizabeth Graham, Professor of Mesoamerican ...
Published in : 2012-11-06 | by UCL Minds Lunch Hour Lectures
Dr Chiara Ambrosio, UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies For centuries, scientists have sought help from artistic practice as a visual aid.