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Inferring animal social networks and leadership 04:55

Inferring animal social networ...

We speak to Dr David Jacoby from ZSL, London about his recent research paper 'Inferring animal social networks and leadership: applications for passiv...


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Brian Cox presents Science Matters - Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence 01:56:07

Brian Cox presents Science Mat...

We're beginning to see more and more jobs being performed by machines, even creative tasks like writing music or painting can now be carried out by a ...


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Francis Crick Prize Lecture 2016 by Dr Madan Babu Mohan 01:03:12

Francis Crick Prize Lecture 20...

Unstructured proteins: cellular complexity and human diseases If DNA is the blueprint of life, proteins are the building blocks. Research over the las...


Published 2 weeks ago • Views: 651

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Brian Cox presents Science matters - Feeding the future 01:25

Brian Cox presents Science mat...

As the global population grows, consumption patterns change and the impacts of climate change and growing scarcity of water and land put pressure on o...


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Anniversary Address from Sir Venki Ramakrishnan, President of the Royal Society 24:57

Anniversary Address from Sir V...

To celebrate our anniversary day, Sir Venki Ramakrishnan, President of the Royal Society, looked back at his first year as president and reflected on ...


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Goffin 01:34

Goffin's cockatoos make tools

Goffin's cockatoos make the same tool type from different materials | Full open access Biology Letters paper here: http://bit.ly/MakingTools.


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Brian Cox Presents - Science Book Prize 2016 01:02:12

Brian Cox Presents - Science B...

Celebrating outstanding science writing - a special evening hosted by Brian Cox, honouring the 2016 shortlist of the Royal Society Insight Investment ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 492

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In search of software perfection - 2016 Milner Award lecture by Dr Xavier Leroy. 01:06

In search of software perfecti...

2016 Milner Award lecture by Dr Xavier Leroy, a senior research scientist at Inria where he leads the Gallium research team. In the general public, "s...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 654

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Our window on the Universe - Rosalind Franklin Lecture 2016 by Professor Jo Dunkley. 01:04:22

Our window on the Universe - R...

The night sky is fascinating to humans, giving us a window on space beyond our home on Earth. In this lecture, Professor Dunkley described how we have...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 775

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Revolutionary science in the age of the guillotine 59:49

Revolutionary science in the a...

Discover how the revolutionary movement in Paris and London helped shape the scientific landscape during the 18th century. We joined Ian Blatchford, D...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 202

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Young People 06:41

Young People's Book Prize Winn...

Each year the Royal Society celebrates the best books that communicate science to young people through our Young People's Book Prize. The Prize aims t...


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Malcolm Longair on Volume 62 01:32

Malcolm Longair on Volume 62

With volume 62 of Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society complete, Malcolm Longair, Editor-in-Chief, gives us a brief overview of the vo...


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Clifford Paterson Lecture 2016: The attractions of magnetism: chips, cancer and crime 58:13

Clifford Paterson Lecture 2016...

Magnetism is a very old subject and it is sometimes thought that there is little left to discover. All of that changes when nanotechnology and magneti...


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Diversity Conference 2016: Diversity matters - the road to inclusivity panel session 2 & awards 50:56

Diversity Conference 2016: Div...

Our second panel session of the day on creating an inclusive environment with: Paul Sesay National Diversity Awards Sarah Dickinson Hyams Equality ...


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Diversity Conference 2016: Diversity matters - the road to inclusivity panel session 43:29

Diversity Conference 2016: Div...

Panel session on creating an inclusive environment with: Kevin Bowsher Network Rail Alex Gwynne Stonewall Maxine Hurley Employers Network for Equality...


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Revolutionary science in the age of the guillotine 01:11

Revolutionary science in the a...

Discover how the revolutionary movement in Paris and London helped shape the scientific landscape during the 18th century. Throughout the French ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 1,050

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Diversity Conference 2016: Diversity matters - the road to inclusivity - Bonnie Greer OBE 43:33

Diversity Conference 2016: Div...

Bonnie Greer OBE, Chancellor of Kingston University is a distinguished writer and broadcaster, whose intellectual interests embrace the worlds of arts...


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Diversity Conference 2016: Diversity matters - the road to inclusivity livestream 04:29:58

Diversity Conference 2016: Div...

This year's annual diversity conference will explore how inclusive environments can be created and maintained within science, technology, engineering ...


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The attractions of magnetism: chips, cancer and crime 58:27

The attractions of magnetism: ...

Clifford Paterson Lecture 2016 by Professor Russell Cowburn FRS. Magnetism is a very old subject and it is sometimes thought that there is little left...


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Carbon storage: caught between a rock and climate change 01:02:07

Carbon storage: caught between...

Bakerian Prize Lecture by Professor Herbert Huppert FRS Institute of Theoretical Geophysics at the University of Cambridge. Fore more information: ...


Published 3 months ago • Views: 1,264

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