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Posted on Friday 5 February 2016
The Time and Regulation workshop organised as part of the AHRC 'Regulating Time' research network was well attended on wednesday 20th January
Posted on Monday 18 January 2016
Sam joins Amanda Rees' project 'Unsettling Scientific Stories' which is a three year project running from York, but with co-centres in Aberystwyth and Newcastle
Posted on Friday 20 November 2015
It is with great sadness that we report the sudden death of our colleague Graham Lewis
Posted on Tuesday 20 October 2015
Amanda Rees has recently published research relating to the role of the physical anthropologist, H J Fleure, who, based at Aberystwyth University, examined thousands of welsh skulls, their location and forebears to show how place influenced people, and the way that geography affected identity. A report on her work appeared in during Welsh History Month (oct 2015): see
Posted on Monday 19 October 2015
This is a call for contributions, which we would like to extend to all young and senior scholars working on the bioeconomy. The idea is to collect extended abstracts (500 words maximum) to address all the following sections of the prospected book, except for introduction and conclusion:
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