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Bright Minds - Urban climate policy

Climate policy in urban areas - The potential and limits of co-production Dr Ryan Bellinson and Professor Beth Perry discuss how their research has provided insights into the role of the public in…

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Doctorate by Design

The first of its kind in the UK, this new postgraduate research programme combines innovative design research with critical analysis in Landscape Architecture.

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Bright Minds - Neuroscience

Introduced by Dr Heather Mortiboys, join Dr Simon Bell and Dr Tom Payne as they talk about their research into Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease. 'How can the brain's…

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Lauren White, Sociological Studies Graduate

Lauren White talks about her student journey from undergraduate, to postgraduate to PhD level.

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Bright Minds - Food Sustainability

Introduced by Professor Duncan Cameron, co-director of our Institute for Sustainable Food, join Mary Eliza for her talk on 'Can we solve global warming, acid rain and smog all at once?'.

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Revealed: Chatsworth's servants over the centuries

Three PhD students from the School of English have had unprecedented access to previously unseen archives at Chatsworth House for the first time. The findings have revealed fascinating new insights…

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Ethics in Science 2014

An introductory lecture on research ethics and integrity by Professor Pete Redgrave followed by a panel debate with academics in the Faculty of Science.

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Writer in Residence Workshop 2

Workshop 2 of 3 with writer in residence for the Faculty of Science Kerry Young on how to make the story of your writing come alive.

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Fieldwork on the Khumbu Glacier, Nepal

PhD student Jo Hornsey accompanied researcher Ann Rowan to the Khumbu Glacier in Nepal, to look at how the glacier is flowing, and how it is affected by climate change.

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A short introduction to PhD study

Considering studying for a PhD, but not sure if it's right for you? Find out more about what it involves.

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