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News from the computational lab – now what?

May 20 2016

Dr Giuseppe Primiero discusses the significance of computational experiments

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The shape of things to come

April 01 2016

Dr Mariachiara Di Cesare discusses the serious risks posed by global obesity

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Grown-up conversations

February 23 2016

Drs Joanna Adler and Miranda Horvath discuss the effect that access to digital sexual content has on children and young people

A Great Black-backed Gull predating a Kittiwake nest (Photo: Tom Dickins, 2015)

Urban gulls: researching ‘public enemy #1’

February 11 2016

Dr Tom Dickins discusses the differences in gull populations across the UK and his current project on the urban gull population in the City of Bath

Whymark Avenue, London. January 2016 Photograph © Susan Hansen

Bowie lands on wall where a Banksy was

January 26 2016

Dr Susan Hansen asks whether street art can be positioned as a valuable community asset rather than as an index of social decay

The future of driving is here

January 11 2016

Associate Professor Dr Glenford Mapp theorises on the advent of fully automated road vehicles and how they will make a difference to our lives

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Of men and machines (doing mathematics)

October 05 2015

Senior Lecturer in Computing Science Dr Giuseppe Primiero highlights the importance of mathematics and theory to the future of computer science

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Is online violence towards women being ignored?

July 06 2015

Amid rising rates of violence against women, PhD candidate Ellouise Long considers the impact of online abuse

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General Election 2015: what Twitter tells us

May 06 2015

Dr Balbir Barn, Dr Giuseppe Primiero and Dr Franco Raimondi have been researching tweets relating to the 2015 election to determine whether social media can help predict political outcomes

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