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  1. Could Statistical Science Have Caught Harold Shipman Earlier? (2006)

    Mathematics; Medical sciences

    The Shipman Inquiry concluded that there were 215 "confirmed" and 45 "probable" victims of Harold Shipman, and it is natural to ask if he could have been caught earlier if some sort of statistical monitoring...

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  2. Role of Materials Technology in Sporting Performance, The (2006)

    Engineering; Sports science; Technology

    How can cyclists go faster, pole vaulters go higher or golfers hit the ball further? The answers include being fitter and stronger but also in using the most appropriate sports equipment.The influence of...

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  3. Mike Marshall’s Daily Controversy: Is It Possible to Be a Scientist and Religious? (2006)

    Philosophy; Religious studies; Science

    Video recording of a debate held at the BA Festival of Science 2006 in which Michael Marshall asks whether it is possible to be a scientist and religious? He was joined by Dr Denis Alexander and Professor...

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  4. Living with a Star: A New Encounter with Our Dynamic Sun (2005)


    A video recording of the BA Lord Kelvin Award Lecture 2005 given by Robert Walsh. The sun is vital for providing all the light, heat and energy required for life to have evolved on our planet. However, our...

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