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Innovative industrial maths in large companies and in Europe 44:03

Innovative industrial maths in...

Dr Chris Farmer, University of Oxford and Dr Poul Hjorth, Technical University of Denmark Industrial mathematics is of significant importance to the U...


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Volcanic Eruption on Tristan da Cunha, 1961 - Objectivity 20:16

Volcanic Eruption on Tristan d...

Newly digitised from the original 16mm, this film from the Royal Society archive follows the Royal Society's expedition to investigate the effects of ...


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The art of science writing panel discussion 01:12:41

The art of science writing pan...

Join host Dara Ó Briain and a panel consisting of - astrophysicist Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, materials scientist Mark Miodownik & science journalist...


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Blunders and breakthroughs 59:25

Blunders and breakthroughs

Scientists throughout history have made their name from predictions that have been proven correct. But what about those theories that later turn out n...


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The scent of attraction 55:14

The scent of attraction

Does the way you smell make you attractive? The idea that pheromones can trigger attraction is widely reported, but is it true? Join TED speaker, auth...


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Some like it hot 52:27

Some like it hot

Spicy food gives a real rush to some of us, but it can also really hurt. If it's setting off our pain sensors, why do we like it? Pain sensation exper...


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by The Royal Society
Inspiring Reads for Curious Minds 55:09

Inspiring Reads for Curious Mi...

What makes a good book? Our panel of expert science writers Gaia Vince, Mark Miodownik, Lucie Green and chaired by Professor Richard Fortey FRS discus...


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by The Royal Society
Halley Bay expedition film 18:05

Halley Bay expedition film

Newly digitised from the original 16mm, this 1956 film from the Royal Society archive follows the Royal Society advance party as they set up their bas...


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Objectivity - The Alacaluf tribe, 1961 13:52

Objectivity - The Alacaluf tri...

Newly digitised from the original 16mm, this early 1960s film from the Royal Society archive documents the now near-extinct Alacaluf tribe in their na...


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by The Royal Society
Commonwealth Science Conference Singapore 2017 highlights 04:33

Commonwealth Science Conferenc...

Highlights from 2017's Commonwealth Science Conference in Singapore.


Published 2 months ago • Views: 364

by The Royal Society
Fake news, filter bubbles and echo chambers 56:20

Fake news, filter bubbles and ...

Are social network algorithms just serving us the news we want to see and giving us a rose-tinted view of the world where everyone agrees with us? And...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 348

by The Royal Society
3D-Print your way to health 47:53

3D-Print your way to health

Join transplant surgeon Pankaj Chandak and Professor Julian Jones as we explore the applications in clinical settings. Discuss how this versatile tech...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 199

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Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2017 Promo 00:42

Royal Society Summer Science E...

Join us for this year's Summer Science Exhibition featuring 22 exhibits of cutting-edge, hands-on science. Meet the scientists behind the research sha...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 1,168

by The Royal Society
Changing Expectations 01:58

Changing Expectations

Hear the subjects of the Royal Society's Changing Expectations career case studies reflect on transferring between academia, industry, public policy a...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 478

by The Royal Society
Listening to Einstein 04:58

Listening to Einstein's univer...

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2017 features 22 exhibits of cutting-edge, hands-on UK science , along with special events and talks. You ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 921

by The Royal Society
Smart surfaces - Summer Science Exhibition 2017 02:34

Smart surfaces - Summer Scienc...

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2017 features 22 exhibits of cutting-edge, hands-on UK science , along with special events and talks. You ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 1,542

by The Royal Society
Crafty crows: master tool users from the tropics - Summer Science Exhibition 2017 03:03

Crafty crows: master tool user...

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2017 features 22 exhibits of cutting-edge, hands-on UK science , along with special events and talks. You ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 828

by The Royal Society
Searching for coelacanth, c.1971 14:55

Searching for coelacanth, c.19...

Newly digitised from the original Super-8, this film from the Royal Society archive documents a 1970s expedition to catch a specimen of the 'living fo...


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by The Royal Society
What is machine learning? 03:28

What is machine learning?

Love cat pictures? So does your computer. Find out how machine learning is giving technology the ability to recognise household pets, as well as recom...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 1,069

by The Royal Society
A future without fakes  - Summer Science Exhibition 2017 01:44

A future without fakes - Summ...

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2017 features 22 exhibits of cutting-edge, hands-on UK science , along with special events and talks. You ...


Published 2 months ago • Views: 50,825

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