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06 December 2013 Science blog
This week we are excited to announce the launch of a data visualisation competition (and workshop), sponsored by the AHRC and BBSRC We talk quite a lot about data on the Science Blog and have previously highlighted the role we...
06 December 2013 Sound and vision blog
A recording of Nelson Mandela’s remarkable speech delivered during the notorious Rivonia Trial of 1963-4, frequently quoted since his death last night at the age of 95, was heard for the first time in 2001 thanks to the British Library....
06 December 2013 European studies blog
If you happen to be a schoolboy, a sailor, a thief, a pawnbroker or a victim of injustice today is your lucky day. December 6th is the feast of St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra, who is the patron of all...
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