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Darwin Day: Celebrating Without Deifying

By Alexander Hall, Newman University This post originally appeared on the Science and Religion: Exploring the Spectrum website Today, Friday February 12th 2016, is the 207th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth. Celebrated around the world as ‘Darwin Day’, events across 6 continents from Tel-Aviv to Tokyo will commemorate the English naturalist’s work, explore his legacy, [...]

CFP Stories About Science: Exploring Science Communication and Entertainment Media, University of Manchester, 4-5 June 2015

We are now in a golden age for science in entertainment. Academy Award winning films such as Gravity and television ratings titans like The Big Bang Theory have proven that science–based entertainment products can be both critically acclaimed and financially successful. In fact, many high profile scientific organizations including the US National Academy of Sciences [...]

By |2017-11-10T09:53:39+00:00October 20th, 2014|Conferences, Symposia & Workshops, News, Popularisation and education, Science and culture, TV and film, University of Manchester|Comments Off on CFP Stories About Science: Exploring Science Communication and Entertainment Media, University of Manchester, 4-5 June 2015

Tatjana Buklijas

NameTatjana BuklijasRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreePhDStatuscompletedStart Year2001End Year2006Thesis TitleDissection, discipline and urban transformation: anatomy at the University of ViennaSupervisorNick HopwoodDepartmentHistory and Philosophy of Science

By |2017-11-10T09:55:08+00:00July 12th, 2011|Institution, Life sciences, Medicine general, Popularisation and education, Science, Subject Area, Theses, University of Cambridge|Comments Off on Tatjana Buklijas

F Ticehurst

NameF TicehurstRegistration TypePart TimeDegreeMScStatuscompletedEnd Year2001Thesis TitleRicegate: experimenting with hypertext for science communication/ The reporting of environmental issuesSupervisorDavid Gooding and Helen HasteDepartmentScience Studies Centre

E Kirk

NameE KirkRegistration TypeFull TimeDegreeMScStatuscompletedEnd Year2001Thesis TitleAn investigation into the patterns of visitor use of interactive exhibits at Science Centres/ Science Museums and Science CentresSupervisorHelen Haste and David GoodingDepartmentScience Studies Centre

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