Gregory Harlow

So, actually I originally started out as a business major, and I was taking a wide variety of courses at U of O, where I first started to take science classes, and it was when I originally enrolled in organic chemistry, I found the subject required me to really think and solve problems, and it…

Chemistry Research at Queen Mary University of London

So chemistry at Queen Mary started over a hundred and twenty-five years ago in the dormitories of the Bancroft School. We are now at vibrant and growing department carrying out internationally leading research in areas such as functional materials and nanoscience, synthesis, catalysis, physical and computational chemistry. We recently recruited new staff in key areas…

Researching Novel Nanophotonic Structures in Saint-Petersburg

[music] My name is Charles Carmes and I’m from France. And I’m a third-year graduate student at MIT in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. So currently I’m in Russia. I’m in St. Petersburg. I’m working at ITMO University, which is a technical university that has a good physics department. And I’m working…

Questions in philosophy – science and religion

Many people think that science and religion are in conflict. Certainly, some religious beliefs can be in conflict with some scientific beliefs, but the question we’re going to discuss is whether science and religion, in general, are necessarily in a conflictual relationship. The issue depends partly on whether we take the claims of religion literally….

Does religious unbelief exist? | Dr Lois Lee | Think Kent

Hi, I’m Lois Lee and I’m a Research Fellow here at the University of Kent and I also direct the Understanding Unbelief programme and I’m going to talk today about unbelief. So, over the past 10 years there’s been growing interest in atheism and other forms of religious unbelief and that’s reflected in our academic…