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Big Ideas: Mind the Gap

Mind the Gap is an entirely collaborative project which has has gathered the real-life experiences of professionals...

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Searching the unsearchable

Colour, pattern and texture are all 'content' but are not searchable like written text. This talk discusses how...

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Big data and dead criminals

Tim Hitchcock discusses work to make complex trial accounts fully searchable by key word and location on The Old...

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Digging for diamonds: hidden histories at The National Archives

This talk focuses on the histories that are harder to find at The National Archives, exploring the issues and...

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Business Archives: new initiatives and developments

This podcast looks at the background to company archives and the recent development of national strategies to promote...

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Sailors, storms and science: how Royal Navy logbooks help us understand climate change

Dr Dennis Wheeler, from the University of Sunderland, discusses the use of historical Royal Navy logbooks in studies...

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The Navy Board project

Archivist Sue Lumas describes the painstaking cataloguing and conservation of naval records held at The National...

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Research and collections at The National Archives

Caroline Williams describes how the new Research and Collections Development department is contributing to The...

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Uber, Andrew Carnegie and the rise of fast philanthropy FT News podcast
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Uber, Andrew Carnegie and the rise of fast philanthropy

Uber's Travis Kalanick clearly sees a utilitarian advantage in funding clever Carnegie Mellon scientists to help his...

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Episode 62 - Adam Gets Grilled

@mrhawkes and @francosoup interview... me? @Dr_Mel_Thomson discusses her fundraiser for antibacterial research...

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Acupuncture for Chemotherapy Side Effects

A Yale University/University of Pittsburg study of women with hot flashes due to conventional breast cancer...

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Acupuncture Treats Cancer Pain

A recent study finds that acupuncture is effective for reducing pain in cancer patients. It is estimated that...

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Acupuncture NIH Research Direction

A recent report from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports “that many well-designed studies have found...

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Acupuncture and Gulf War Illness Research

Acupuncture and Gulf War Illness research is discussed in this podcast. Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm led to...

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Acupuncture Heart Attack Recovery Research

Acupuncture benefits the heart and helps in the recovery from heart attacks according to new research. Learn how...

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Integrated Research Information System (IRIS)

Research activity accounts for a significant percentage of university business. The University of Liverpool has...

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DIJ Forum: Transforming Japan Into an Energy Rich Country - What Needs to be Done?

After the Fukushima nuclear disaster and the consequent shutdown of all nuclear reactors, Japan has been forced to...

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DIJ Forum: Risk and Oportunity – Japan Confronting Uncertain Futures

In his inaugural lecture, Franz Waldenberger, the newly appointed Director of DIJ, outlined the research program that...

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MJA Podcasts 2014 Episode 18 Dr Ben McNeil

Vol 201, Issue 10 -- 17 November. Dr Ben McNeil, an oceanographer with the University of New South Wales, is also...

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