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22 May 202410:45

Jonathan Baker, Defra

Environmental land management and the agricultural transition in England, where are we, and why?. Full details
Byrne House Add event
3 - 4 June 2024

Introduction to R-Studio

In this in-person introductory course, you will acquire the foundations to understand, execute and communicate data analysis in a widely recognised software platform that was built for statistics. R is used in a number of professions, from academia to government departments and from data journalists to pollsters.. Full details
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3 June 202415:30

EGENIS seminar "What Makes an Experiment Beautiful?", Dr Milena Ivanova (University of Cambridge)

Scientific products are often celebrated for their aesthetic dimension and compared to works of art. Scientists themselves, like artists, are praised for their creativity, originality and aesthetic sensibility.. Full details
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10 June 202415:30

EGENIS seminar: "Rethinking Epidemic Narratives: Combining Historical and Ecological Methods in the Anthropocene", Dr Emily Webster (Durham University)

From spillover diseases to re-emerging infections to rising rates of antimicrobial resistance, microbes have proliferated daily conversation in recent years. These serious and continuing threats to human and nonhuman health fly in the face of triumphalist narratives of epidemiological transition and global disease eradication (Bellamy Foster et al., 2021). The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the extent to which these human-microbial interactions are mediated by ecological change widely construed, from urban and rural land use change driven by global commerce patterns to shifts in internal microbial populations within bodies.. Full details
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