Over the last decade the works of renowned printmaker Jim Pattison have concentrated on the manipulation of images and information using digital technology, and the re-modelling of virtual digital images into paintings, prints and sculpture.
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Published on: 10 October, 2007
The Centre is at the heart of UK training and development in IP, offering postgraduate qualifications as well as ongoing professional development. A Master's programme in Innovation, Technology and Law has been running since 2001. Along with a series of Continuing Profession Development courses on 'Law and Medical Ethics', aimed primarily at healthcare professionals, it is available through distance learning, delivered entirely online.
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Published on: 2 October, 2008
If our jewellery could be imbued with special powers, what would we want those powers to be? This is the question asked by Hazel White, of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art at the University of Dundee, who has received an AHRC Small Grant in the Creative and Performing Arts.
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Published on: 29 November, 2008
Every New Year many of us sing, often badly, a version of Auld Lang Syne and each January may partake in a haggis supper or tipple of whisky but do any of us know where these traditions comes from?
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Published on: 20 December, 2008
‘Not Just for Christmas’ is an AHRC-funded research networks and workshops project looking at how we face ethical decisions at Christmas time - about what we give, what we eat, how we celebrate, and what we celebrate - and how we turn these decisions into everyday practices.
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Published on: 1 May, 2009
As we celebrate the 500 year accession of Henry VIII, we take a look at some of the AHRC funded research relating to the infamous monarch.
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Published on: 5 August, 2009
In what situation would you need a muffling-cheat? Maybe when eating a maid of honour on a muffin?
The Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary is crammed full of information about the development of the English Language.
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Published on: 10 October, 2009
The Berlin Wall was a symbolic scar at the heart of the city and epitomised the consequences of east/west division during the Cold War. November 2009 sees the 20th anniversary of its fall and as such the beginning of the end of the Cold War.
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Published on: 3 September, 2011
Professor Ian Ruthven’s AHRC funded project, investigating how people make cognitive decisions about information they encounter on the internet, provided him with the ideal opportunity to engage the public in his research.
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Published on: 6 January, 2012
Archive images from a top department store were revealed to the public for the first time this past Christmas. The House of Fraser Archive offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of one of Britain's leading department stores.
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