Justice is (NOT) blind

Diagnosing crime, dispensing justice

01 September 2007

Finding the best routes to predicting, preventing and atoning for crime is a thorny issue. Experimental criminologists such as Lawrence Sherman, recently appointed as the...

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Dictionary

Defining words

01 September 2007

Two very different projects in the University have at their heart the ancient craft of lexicography: the art of compiling and editing dictionaries. But one...

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Searching

The mathematics of avalanches

01 September 2007

Each year more than a million avalanches fall worldwide, killing around a hundred people in the Alps alone. Can mathematical models be used to predict...

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Africa

Revitalising research in Africa

01 September 2007

Following recent funding from the Leverhulme Trust, a new programme of academic exchange kicks off in October in the Centre of African Studies, as the...

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Fiber Optics

Guiding the light

01 September 2007

Pioneering research shines new light on our understanding of the way we see the world. Optical fibres have now been found to exist in vertebrate...

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Dr Carenza Lewis

Dr Carenza Lewis

01 September 2007

A passion for communicating the thrill of the dig and for uncovering evidence of lives long gone is what inspires archaeologist Dr Carenza Lewis. Her...

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Barrier from Isawiyya village into Jerusalem

Conflict in cities

01 September 2007

Conflict is inherent to the urban condition, yet only in some cities do contention and dissent erupt to unacceptable and destructive levels. How do contested...

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Casio Gold Calculator Watch

Can I patent and publish?

01 September 2007

A patent for an invention is granted by the state to an inventor, giving the inventor the right for a limited period to stop others...

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