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Conducting research into the prevalence of Wikipedia citation of open access sources

Conducting research into the prevalence of Wikipedia citation of open access sources Presented by Andy Tattersall at the University o0f Sheffield OpenFest 2023 event. The presentation relates to…

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Human-tree relationships: the story of two trees from Southern Chile

Robert Petitpas's story describes two trees from Southern Chile and their relationships with humans: one relationship to scientists and the other to Indigenous people. Despite their dissimilar…

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Living with elephants in the villages near Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania

Dr Ruth Wairimu John from the Open University of Tanzania tells a story of how human-wildlife co-existence can be improved through the incorporation of traditional and Indigenous knowledge in the…

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An exploration of the benefits and challenges of collaborative working within a knowledge exchange framework - Dr Annette Haywood

ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research #20 AbstractThe launch of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) and the emphasis placed on Innovation as one of the University’s four pillars has…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Dr Liz Such - A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?

A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?PresenterDr Liz SuchNIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research FellowAbstractModern slavery is a serious…

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Routes: a social enterprise programme for student and early career researchers

In collaboration with the Universities of Leeds and York, the Faculty of Social Sciences has devised an enterprise support programme on behalf of the White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership (WRDTP)…

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Dentistry from the Archive

In this video, Dr Chris Stokes and dentist Sandra Zijlstra-Shaw look at examples of dental texts, instruments and prostheses from the past and compare them to those used today.

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In conversation with Professors Colin Renfrew and John Barrett part 4

John introduces the concept of cognitive archaeology and asks Colin what sort of information do cognitive archaeologists need to develop their thinking?

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What is 'Talking the Talk' all about?

This video provides an overview of the APS 279 'Talking the Talk' module, from the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences. It provides the pedagogical background and detailed description…

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