Last week's top 10

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Created: 2010-10-25 08:46
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CELS #Brexit Myths podcast: Part 1

   1,180 views

The Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge explores the common myths of #Brexit.

In this exclusive podcast three academics from the Centre for European...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 14 Jan 2019


LCIL Friday Lecture: 'From Timbuktu to The Hague and Beyond: The War Crime of Intentionally Attacking Cultural...

   356 views

Lecture summary: This essay refracts the ICC’s criminal conviction and reparations order in the Al Mahdi case into the much broader frame of increasingly heated public debates...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 21 Jan 2019


Salmonella infection of macrophages activates nuclear factor kappa B signalling

   578 views

RAW 264.7 macrophages expressing the transcription factor RelA-green fluorescent protein (a member of the pro-inflammatory nuclear factor kappa B family of transcription factors)...

Collection: Bryant Media Collection

Institution: Dept. of Veterinary Medicine

Created: Tue 27 Sep 2016


CELS #Brexit Myths podcast: Part 2

   673 views

The Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge explores the common myths of #Brexit.

In this exclusive podcast three academics from the Centre for European...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 14 Jan 2019


Professor Huw Price Inaugural Lecture

   16,405 views

Professor Huw Price delivers his inaugural lecture as Bertrand Russell Professor of Philosophy: Where would we be without counterfactuals?
Recorded on 1st November 2012.

Collection: Philosophy

Institution: Office of External Affairs and Communications

Created: Fri 2 Nov 2012


Ethics of Big Data - 17 October 2016 - Surveillance and Employment Relations in a Data-Saturated Society

   7,866 views

David Renton (Barrister, Garden Court Chambers)


What are the implications for relations between employers and workers of living in a society where passive and active forms...

Collection: Ethics of Big Data

Institution: Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

Created: Mon 21 Nov 2016