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New gallery showcases University treasures

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Researchers to use supercomputer to 'hack' Ebola

Health, Global challenges, Research and innovation, Science
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University statement: issue of £250m bonds due 2050

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The benefits of worker co-operatives

Business & Economy, Society & Politics
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New Brussels office: influencing EU research policy

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Finding the best treatment for bowel cancer patients

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Improving rainfall and flooding predictions

Environment, Science
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Exploring the Ethics of Corporate Lawyers

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Welcome to the Treasures

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Tuesday Treasure

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History & Philosophy of Science in 20 Objects (Lecture 2)

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Poetry Reading by Paul Farley

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L'elisir d'amore

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Spectral Crows in Hawai‘i: Conservation and the Work of Inheritance

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Spotlight

The compass, the king and the stories we tell

It must have been a strange moment for Bertram Ratcliffe when he met the king. A telegram arrived – even advising which train he should take – and he was on his way to tell stories of his First World War service to George V himself. His story was unique: he was the first British prisoner of war to escape and make it home. Read More

Maps, sardine tin and a compass associated with Bertram Ratcliffe, 1917.
Maps, sardine tin and a compass associated with Bertram Ratcliffe, 1917.