Warwick

23 Apr 19
Risham's University Blogs

There have been arguments that linking technology with humankind can simply be humans acting as strange living beings. We can say that humankind is itself at risk. Another point that can be taken into consideration is that either it is totally acceptable to upgrade humans, by turning them into Cyborgs, including all the improved capabilities […]

23 Apr 19
Sam Hall

My FoI investigation which uncovered how universities were spending millions of pounds on marketing was recently published in the Guardian

23 Apr 19
WTKR.com

Takeback locations in the Hampton Roads will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will accept unused or expired medications — especially prescription opioids — before they can be misused, abused or accidentally ingested.

23 Apr 19
Elyi Blog

A huge turnout for Evensong as Paul Trepte retires after nearly 30 years as Organist and Director of Music at Ely Cathedral.  Easter Sunday marked the official retirement of Paul Trepte as Director of Music at Ely Cathedral having served nearly 30 years. Paul’s highly successful career as a musician began with an organ scholarship […]

23 Apr 19
Love London Love Culture

The beloved radio comedy is back and embarking on a tour of the UK to celebrate its 40th anniversary of the show first being performed live on stage. Based on the sketch show created during their years in the Oxford Revue, Radio Active was originally written by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins. The show was […]

23 Apr 19
Warwick Class BSQ

Today we had a disaster in the classroom. Someone had blown down three houses. One of straw, one of wood and one of bricks! The children were detectives to work out who had been in destroying the houses. They drew pictures of the evidence they found. They looked at all the clues and decided it […]

23 Apr 19
The Warwick Economics Summit Blog

In spite of criticism over excessive bureaucracy, the EU has undeniably taken the lead over the US in new regulation of big-tech; these ideas will significantly impact the future activities of Silicon Valley’s largest firms. Europe is an increasingly important source of technology revenue; Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and  Microsoft each reported a quarter of annual […]

23 Apr 19
Cristian Sandoval

Una nueva cohorte de eLife Community Ambassadors se suma a los esfuerzos de nuestro Grupo Asesor de Carrera Temprana (ECAG) para ayudar a promover una mayor apertura, colaboración, mejor reproducibilidad, diversidad y acceso a fondos en ciencias de la vida y biomedicina. Como miembro de ECAG que supervisó el proceso de reclutamiento, Hedyeh Ebrahimi, Universidad […]

23 Apr 19
North Carolina Small Farm Association

April Focus On Farming from A Greener World April 2019 Celebrating 10 years of AGW certification! Join us in celebrating 10 years of Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW certification with the following seven farms. The farms reached their ten-year anniversary between January – April 2019 and will be receiving the commemorative embossed metal sign […]

23 Apr 19
Talk About Bletchley

Bletchley District Gazette, April 21st, 1956 Over 50 Bletchley Children vaccinated First child in Bletchley – and possibly the first in Buckinghamshire – to be vaccinated against ‘polio’ was eight-year-old Margaret Coats, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Coates of 12 Warwick Road, Castles Estate. She was the first of 58 children aged two to […]