It’s All Coming Back to Me Now 2017 was a year filled with nostalgia thanks to a number of pop culture properties with ties to the past. We got another official Alien film, and Blade Runner came back with new visuals to dazzle us. Meanwhile, “Stranger Things” hearkened back toRead More →

Topkapi Palace Museum Paul Braterman, University of Glasgow Translations can change the course of civilisations. Caliph al-Mansour’s translation project, begun in the eighth century and accelerated under his grandson Harun al-Rashid, made available in Arabic scholarly writings from Greek, Aramaic, Persian and Indian sources, and laid the foundation for theRead More →

Blink and you’ll miss it – until the next one. Channone Arif/Flickr, CC BY Mark Gallaway, University of Hertfordshire It has happened to most of us: walking home late at night under clear skies you catch a glimpse of something bright moving, often from the corner of your eye. YouRead More →

By MINIMAL LIMITED Three graduates from the Engineering Maths degree programme have recently embarked on a new business venture. The trio from the 2017 MEng cohort have spent the summer starting up a data science consultancy. Their mission: To help organisations fulfil their potential through data driven decisions. The MiminalRead More →