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Viral Content in the UK Domain

05 August 2015

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Virus_ordinateur.jpg Why? "The term 'malware' is commonly used as a catch-all phrase for unwanted software designed to infiltrate a computer...without the owner's informed consent. It includes but is not limited to viruses, Trojan horses, malware." "Whilst highly undesirable for most...

Policy into practice

05 August 2015

Applications are now open for RCUK Policy Internships at the British Library at 2016. We are offering up to three NERC/MRC funded PhD students the chance to join us in team ScienceBL and help deliver a TalkScience event. In this...

Festivals in Burma (Myanmar)

05 August 2015

There are many Burmese festivals throughout the year and most of them are related to Buddhism. The year begins with the month named Tagu (April), and ends with the month called Tabaung (March). The main festivals of Tagu are the...

The Peasants Are Revolting: The Coronation Charter of Henry I

05 August 2015

When the charter of liberties we now know as Magna Carta was drawn up at Runnymede in 1215, it tapped into a long tradition of English kings making promises to uphold good laws and repudiate past oppressions. One of the...

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