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UCL Lunch Hour Lectures - Spring 2011

15 tracks, 9.53.18 UCL Sound on February 01, 2011 10:58

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  1. 1. Who enjoys shopping in IKEA? (18 Jan 2011) 38.36 586 plays
  2. 2. Building scientific models with computers (20 Jan 2011) 41.08 161 plays
  3. 3. Stabilising the global population (25 Jan 2011) 40.06 80 plays
  4. 4. Lisbon, 1939-45: the untold story of Portugal and the Jewish refugees (27 Jan 2011) 37.06 446 plays
  5. 5. Homophobia: a global phenomenon (3 Feb 2011) 41.59 136 plays
  6. 6. Landing on a planet at 600 miles per hour (8 Feb 2011) 39.00 114 plays
  7. 7. From prehistory to the London blitz: foreshore archaeology and a rising river (10 Feb 2011) 42.23 87 plays
  8. 8. Sex education via the media: promises and pitfalls (22 Feb 2011) 38.20 453 plays
  9. 9. Will robots take over the world? (24 Feb 2011) 39.38 418 plays
  10. 10. The origins of the ‘ndrangheta of Calabria: Italy’s most powerful mafia (1 Mar 2011) 37.59 298 plays
  11. 11. Genetic testing in the 21st century (8 March 2011) 36.03 159 plays
  12. 12. Sex, Drugs, the Internet and Juries (10 March 2011) 42.18 357 plays
  13. 13. Should the brain be left to neuroscientists? (15 March 2011) 40.55 131 plays
  14. 14. Great 2 meet u IRL :-) Twitter and digital identity (17 March 2011) 36.38 205 plays
  15. 15. Would you give your right arm to protect your heart? (22 March 2011) 41.03 236 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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