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DementiaHack: Dementia Hackathon 2014

Feature image for:  DementiaHack: Dementia Hackathon 2014Back in August, we wrote about an exciting upcoming event called DementiaHack. We hoped to bring together a bunch of researchers, clinicians, caregivers, people living with dementia and computer scientists to code some creative tech-based solutions to some of the challenges that people face with this issue. A little over a month after the event … Read more »DementiaHack: Dementia Hackathon 2014

Blogger: Science & Innovation Network, Canada

Aramram: Challenge and Controversy

Feature image for:  Aramram: Challenge and ControversyLife would be dull if we all agreed with each other. Fortunately, differences of opinion are inevitable. They are also healthy. Whether disagreement revolves around what to watch on TV or where to eat, an open discussion will often lead to a better choice being made. The same applies to policy issues. An exchange of views on the options, say for … Read more »Aramram: Challenge and Controversy

Blogger: Peter Millett

Falling in Love Through Chevening

Feature image for:  Falling in Love Through CheveningSiti Nurfateha, better known as Teah, is the recipient of the 2014/15 Chevening Scholarship in Brunei. She is currently studying a Masters in Anthropology in Development and Rights at Goldsmiths, University of London. Read her guest blog about  her time so far in London as a Chevening Scholar & why you should also take this opportunity to … Read more »Falling in Love Through Chevening

Blogger: David Campbell

Canalettos and Brueghels, EU climate and energy policy and fantastic people  

Feature image for:  Canalettos and Brueghels, EU climate and energy policy and fantastic people  Guest blog by Kriszti Kocsis, Senior Policy Officer (Energy, Climate and Environment) at the British Embassy.    I spent two days in the beautiful Prague Castle on 22-23 October. As part of the GREAT Energy Summit in Prague, among Brueghel and Canaletto paintings in the lovely Lobkowitz Palace, energy industry leaders from the UK and … Read more »Canalettos and Brueghels, EU climate and energy policy and fantastic people  

Blogger: Jonathan Knott