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John Scott-Scott, interviewed for An Oral History of British Science
National Life Stories is creating a major archive for the study and public understanding of contemporary science in Britain through a new oral history fieldw...
Inspiring Science 2013: Ideas in the Bath
Ideas in the bath? Serendipity, Chance and Science was an evening event at the British Library, 11 March 2013 featuring a discussion by a panel of distinguis...
Dr Joseph Farman CBE with a Dobson (ozone) spectrometer
Sir John Charnley in 'A' shed at RAE Farnborough
Ray Bird interviewed about the HEC1 computer
Dr Raymond Bird, interviewed for An Oral History of British Science National Life Stories is creating a major archive for the study and public understanding ...
John Coplin and the Rolls Royce RB211
Aeronautical engineer Ralph Hooper interviewed about the Hawker P.1127 and the Harrier Jump Jet
Electrical Engineer Melvyn Mason, interviewed for An Oral History of British Science. National Life Stories is creating a major archive for the study and pub...
Dr Rob Perks, Lead Curator, Oral History
Rob Perks introduces the oral history interviews that the British Library produces and collects which include large collections of life interviews with scien...
How and Why We Read: Crash Course English Literature #1
In which John Green kicks off the Crash Course Literature mini series with a reasonable set of questions. Why do we read? What's the point of reading critica...
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