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From the web: How emotion-sensing movie technology could save lives of elite rescue workers

From the web: How emotion-sensing movie technology could save lives of elite rescue workers

Dr Ian Greatbatch writes for The Conversation on how technological breakthroughs are changing search and rescue.

From the web: Will a female Thor bring comic relief or will she be hammered?

From the web: Will a female Thor bring comic relief or will she be hammered?

Professor of film and cultural studies Will Brooker talks to BBC news about Marvel Comics' Thor going from male to female.

Kingston University academics, students and experts from the UK aerospace industry discuss access to low-cost space travel at inaugural UKLaunch symposium

Kingston University academics, students and experts from the UK aerospace industry discuss access to low-cost space travel at inaugural UKLaunch symposium

The newly formed group aims to develop a low cost satellite carrier rocket by 2021 – the 50th anniversary of the BLACK ARROW rocket.


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From mathematics to ethics in the work of Michel Foucault

From mathematics to ethics in the work of Michel Foucault
Thursday 2 October 2014
With David Webb (Staffordshire University)

Seminar: The agency model of disability – a sign of things to come?

Seminar: The agency model of disability – a sign of things to come?
Wednesday 15 October 2014
A seminar which will examine the existing models of disability against the experience of thirty disabled graduates.

Whence intensity? Deleuze and the revival of a concept

Whence intensity? Deleuze and the revival of a concept
Thursday 16 October 2014
With Mary Beth Mader (Memphis University)

Towards a critical vitalism

Towards a critical vitalism
Thursday 30 October 2014
With Frédéric Worms (ENS, Paris)

The Neue Marx-Lektüre: putting the critique of political economy  back into the critique of society

The Neue Marx-Lektüre: putting the critique of political economy back into the critique of society
Thursday 6 November 2014
With Riccardo Bellofiore (University of Bergamo) and Tommaso Redolfi Riva


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