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  • Dog ownership has unknown risks but known health benefits: we need evidence based policy

    Orritt, Rachel (2014)
    Politically driven UK legislation that targets “dangerous dogs” has not been shown to reduce dog bites, writes Rachel Orritt, who calls for policy to be based on robust evidence of incidence and risk assessment of ownership

    Immediation|toward the selfless other?

    Richards, Anthony (2010)
    This paper looks into the pre-conceptual or unthought frameworks operating behind the desire for implanting certain subcutaneous technologies and the attendant paradoxes of the desire for the reduction of difference, excess, the remainder, etc. The study mainly focuses in on the cybernetic work of Prof. Kevin Warwick from the University of Reading Cybernetics Laboratory. The study looks at these from a predominantly deconstructive perspective (also drawing on Derrida, Bataille, Levinas, Heide...

    Peripherals : the remainder and reminder of obsolescence

    Maycroft, Neil (2015)
    This paper focuses on peripherals and argues that they constitute both the remainder and the reminder of product obsolescence. The remainder as they tend not to be subject to the same processes of ‘disposition’ which characterise the flow of obsolescent and obsolete objects. Rather, they tend to accumulate and add to the clutter which increasingly occupies specific domestic locations. Indeed, the semi-permanent storage of peripherals may represent an attempt to symbolically delay the acceptan...

    General discussion on self-assembly of biopolymers

    Singh, Ishwar (2013)
    General discussion on Self-Assembly of Biopolymers

    An online changepoint detection algorithm for highly correlated dat

    Maleki, Sepehr; Bingham, Chris; Zhang, Yu (2016)
    An online 2-D changepoint detection algorithm for sensor-based fault detection, is proposed. The algorithm consists of a differential detector and a standard detector and can detect anomalies and meaningful changepoints while maintaining a low false-alarm rate. A new approach for determining a threshold is introduced and the efficiency of the algorithm is validated by an industrial example. It is thereby shown that the proposed algorithm can be used as an early warning indicator and prevent i...
  • Travel sketches

    Kolakowski, Marcin (2013)
    Collection of quick travel sketches from private sketchbooks (mixed techniques, pencil, ink pens, water colour, pastels). Contributions to University Gallery showing travel sketches of alumni of Leibniz Universität Hannover - Landscape Architecture Faculty

    Work and the social science imagination

    Winn, Joss; Saunders, Gary; Keeble, Richard (2014)
    Publisher: SirenFM
    In this third Social Science Centre podcast, Richard Lance Keeble discusses with fellow SSC scholars Gary Saunders and Joss Winn, ways in which C. Wright Mills’ The Sociological Imagination can help people reflect critically on their own experience of work. They focus on how the writing of Kathi Weeks can help us explore the nature of capitalist work and then discuss possible ways to alleviate the central role of work in our lives: a reduction in working hours and a guaranteed, unconditio...

    Journal of Cultural History

    Tullett, Jantze (2012)
    Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
    Cover illustration for biannually published journal.

    Teatime

    Stocker, John (2015)
    Collage

    Third Year work

    Durrant, Adam (2008)
    A pavilion based in Reaseheath College's woodland walk. Built for the discussion and exhibition of work involving combination of organic 'grow your own architecture' materials with man-made synthetic materials which may offer some benefits organics cannot such as u-values etc... The subject matter falls under 'living architecture'.
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