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Hidden history: Rebuilding Sheffield Castle

There's a castle underneath Sheffield, buried for four hundred years. So why does no-one know about it?Working from previously unexplored archives and making use of exciting new technologies,…

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10 billion: Is the future bright or gloomy?

Does a population size of 10 billion mean we are all doomed or is there hope for the future? In this video, Professor Danny Dorling (Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford and author of…

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10 billion: Research project: Co-producing energy futures

In this video, we’ll join researchers Dr Anna Krzywoszynska and Dr Alastair Buckley as they revisit Stocksbridge to talk to Barry and Beryl, two members of the local community who became…

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10 billion: Collaborating to make a real world impact

In this video, researchers share their main concern about an ever-growing population and explain why a collaborative approach is absolutely vital for addressing these issues.

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10 billion: Research project: The IntelliTable and robotic homes

In this video, Professor Tony Prescott introduces the IntelliTable, a universal cantilever table able to move around by itself, or under user control, in an indoor environment. Future homes will…

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10 billion: Research project: 'The Longer Story, the Bigger Picture'

'The Longer Story, the Bigger Picture' is a research project about the ways in which contemporary artists from the French-speaking world have sought to challenge influential media…

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10 billion: Research project: Drones, data and food security

Weeds represent a serious threat to global food security, contributing to significant losses in crop yields.In this video, Professor Robert Freckleton from the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences…

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10 billion: Research project: A conversation on the prosocial

In this video, Rowland Atkinson explains the motivations behind the prosocial event and explains the academic network that enabled the event to take place.

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10 billion: Making research connections

Research doesn’t happen in isolation. It emerges from different kinds of connections between people, groups, ideas and concerns. It often relies on serendipity - the unexpected - both in terms…

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10 billion: The wicked problems of 10 billion

In this video, Alastair Buckley introduces the wicked problems of 10bn and explains the very different approaches that two academics, Professor Stephen Emmott and Professor Danny Dorling, have taken…

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10 billion: How does research happen?

In this video, we’ll introduce you to research; what is it? How does it happen? Where does it take place?

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10 billion: The spaces in between

No single subject can offer a solution to the issues of 10 billion. We need multiple interpretations and a broad range of knowledge across all different subjects. We need to work in the spaces in…

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Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

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Achievements and Limitations of Restorative Justice

In this video Professor Joanna Shapland discusses some of the main achievements and important limitations of restorative justice. When restorative justice is done well, it allows all those affected…

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What Does a Good Good Restorative Justice Scheme Look Like?

In this video, Professor Joanna Shapland discusses some of the challenges that face the development of restorative justice and the elements that would go into the creation of a good restorative…

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Restorative Justice Programmes and the Principle of Inclusivity

One of the principles of restorative justice is inclusivity. The wide variety of restorative justice programmes in use around the world can be categorised from least inclusive to most inclusive,…

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