Cambridge Science Festival Talks

Created: 2011-04-08 17:36
Institution: Temporary Employment Service
Description: Audio recordings of lectures from Cambridge Science Festival 2011.
 

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Challenged by carbon: the oil industry and climate change

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We still need fossil fuels, but recent studies of the geological record show that we cannot burn with impunity the remaining supplies of coal, gas and oil, releasing the CO2. Join...

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Created: Mon 18 Apr 2011


Changing nature: a view of Britain and Cambridge

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In the future will a walk in the countryside be a silent one?

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Institution: Temporary Employment Service

Created: Mon 11 Apr 2011


The hidden mysteries within the DNA of cancers

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The current dogma is that all cancers arise due to abnormalities in DNA, however, until very recently, our ability to look into the DNA of cancers has been very limited. In this...

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Created: Tue 19 Apr 2011


The hidden mysteries within the DNA of cancers

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The current dogma is that all cancers arise due to abnormalities in DNA, however, until very recently, our ability to look into the DNA of cancers has been very limited. In this...

Collection: Cambridge Science Festival Talks

Institution: Temporary Employment Service

Created: Tue 19 Apr 2011


You are what you hear: music and the brain (Part 1)

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Dr Harry Witchel, who researches music, pleasure and the brain, will explore, in a way never previously done, the human relationship with music and how music makes us who we are.

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Created: Fri 8 Apr 2011


You are what you hear: music and the brain (Part 2)

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Dr Harry Witchel, who researches music, pleasure and the brain, will explore, in a way never previously done, the human relationship with music and how music makes us who we are

Collection: Cambridge Science Festival Talks

Institution: Temporary Employment Service

Created: Fri 8 Apr 2011


You are what you hear: music and the brain (Part 3)

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Dr Harry Witchel, who researches music, pleasure and the brain, will explore, in a way never previously done, the human relationship with music and how music makes us who we are.

Collection: Cambridge Science Festival Talks

Institution: Temporary Employment Service

Created: Fri 8 Apr 2011


You are what you hear: music and the brain (Part 4)

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Dr Harry Witchel, who researches music, pleasure and the brain, will explore, in a way never previously done, the human relationship with music and how music makes us who we are.

Collection: Cambridge Science Festival Talks

Institution: Temporary Employment Service

Created: Fri 8 Apr 2011