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Lunch Hour Lectures - Spring 2014

16 tracks, 10.36.22 UCL Sound on February 18, 2014 14:11

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  1. 1. The end of passwords (25 Mar 2014) 41.47 677 plays
  2. 2. The impact of immigration: fact or fiction? (20 Mar 2014) 40.27 561 plays
  3. 3. How did Earth begin? (18 Mar 2014) 39.39 704 plays
  4. 4. Medieval languages of persuasion (13 March 2014) 41.52 764 plays
  5. 5. Should we experiment with the climate? (11 Mar 2014) 40.18 554 plays
  6. 6. Gender equality and women's rights in Latin America (6 Mar 2014) 41.04 737 plays
  7. 7. A tale of two cities: sex work in India (4 Mar 2014) 37.42 684 plays
  8. 8. Buddhas of Suburbia: faith, migration and suburban change in London (27 Feb 2014) 34.54 831 plays
  9. 9. A good start in life (25 Feb 2014) 41.31 759 plays
  10. 10. A world with this much CO²: lessons from 4 million years ago (13 Feb 2014) 40.33 1019 plays
  11. 11. Butcher, baker, candlestick-maker (11 Feb 2014) 39.30 742 plays
  12. 12. Should we trust lawyers? (4 Feb 2014) 39.29 738 plays
  13. 13. Why do some people become psychopaths? (30 Jan 2014) 42.16 1493 plays
  14. 14. Oblivion and memorialisation: The legacies of Nazi persecution in Europe (28 Jan 2014) 38.59 833 plays
  15. 15. Studying sex comes of age: results from NATSAL-3 (23 Jan 2014) 36.04 1166 plays
  16. 16. Can fish count? UCL Lunch Hour Lecture (21 Jan 2014) 40.13 801 plays

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Running at UCL since 1942, Lunch Hour Lectures are an opportunity for anyone to sample the exceptional research work currently being undertaken at the university. Speakers are drawn from UCL's wide-ranging academic departments and lectures frequently showcase new research and recent academic publications.

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