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Eric Wong: InstagramEric is an Architect, illustrator, design tutor and Senior Lecturer in University of Greenwich.He studied Art and Architecture at the Byam Shaw School of Art, Central Saint Martins. He completed his undergraduate degree at C
Heather is a founder and former President. www.verite.org - an internationally recognized social auditing and workplace advocacy organization operating in fifty countries annually, monitoring HR policies, chemical safety, and legal compliance w
Dr Annemarie Zijlema is a Lecturer in School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences at University of Greenwich.Her research interests include. User ExperienceDesign ThinkingMemoryInformation RetrievalInformation Seeking BehaviorInteraction Design
Adam Elliott-Cooper is a Research Associate at school of humanities in University of Greenwich. He received his PhD from the School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, in 2016. He has previously worked as a researcher in the
In this addition I talked to Carlos Tanner who initiated The Ayahuasca Foundation in 2008. Carlos Tanner, an American and student of curanderismo. After living and studying with a curandero for over four years, Carlos worked to provide a safe a
Transdisciplinary design scientist and complex systems theorist Dr. Melissa Sterry is recognised as a world leading authority on the science, technology and thinking that could help humanity to build a better world. Few of her specialities are
Transdisciplinary design scientist and complex systems theorist Dr. Melissa Sterry is recognised as a world leading authority on the science, technology and thinking that could help humanity to build a better world. Few of her specialities are
Transdisciplinary design scientist and complex systems theorist Dr. Melissa Sterry is recognised as a world leading authority on the science, technology and thinking that could help humanity to build a better world. Few of her specialities are
Alex Pheby is a British author and academic. His second novel, Playthings, was described as “the best neuro-novel ever written" in Literary Review. We talked about the importance of fiction and its impact in world. The variable subjective reali
Alex Pheby is a British author and academic. His second novel, Playthings, was described as “the best neuro-novel ever written" in Literary Review. We talked about the importance of fiction and its impact in world. The variable subjective reali
Alex Pheby is a British author and academic. His second novel, Playthings, was described as “the best neuro-novel ever written" in Literary Review. We talked about the importance of fiction and its impact in world. The variable subjective reali
In this podcast Seb Alex shared his views on what he has found useful to be a way of living when it comes to eating food and his journey into being a Vegan. We also talked about industrialisation of life forms as lifeless products.Img credit: m
Simon Ruffell graduated with a degree in medicine from the University of Sheffield before specialising in psychiatry. He has an interest in transcultural psychiatry, working overseas in Northern Uganda. He has a special interest in psychedelic
Michael's work examines a number of topics in Ottoman history from the late seventeenth to the early twentieth century, with a general interest in Ottoman relations and interactions with the wider world. Photo Credit: Leslie MacDonald Gill, Cab
√Ėzlem has shared with us the research project¬† showing the effects of gender inequality, wages, wealth concentration and fiscal policy on macroeconomic performance in the UK.We talked about the important of including ecological aspects of our p
Book: Mathematics at the Meridian: The History of Mathematics at GreenwichWe talked about the time itself and the rich heritage of greenwich and its connection with the stars through royal observatory. Historical realities of gender and race in
We talked about the connection between purity and abstraction. How mathematics can help brain by providing tools for navigating the spirals of life.  Can mathematics be helpful when discussing freewill. 
We talked about the future of our diverse cities and the connection between the representation of internal honesty in building our exterior hives. Beauty to be found through inclusion of lifeforms which sapiens have declared others. 
You can check out his research publication Click here: Book - DMT Dialogues: Encounters with the Spirit MoleculeWe talked about the importance of psychedelic research and its impacts. Stories of apparent inter-species interaction and what we mi
She leads the Business, Human Rights and Environment Research Group (BHRE). The Group is currently undertaken research into the electronics industry and public procurement as a tool for the improvement of working conditions in the supply chain.
Mohammad does research in Swarm Intelligence, Evolutionary Computation, Artificial Neural Network, Optimisation, Digital Art, Medical Imaging and Tomographic Reconstruction.Computational Creativity: Automation or Collaborationhttps://www.tandfo
Film reception; genre within film and media; home media formats; industry studies.
Her research and interests are regarding insect sensory physiology, neurobiology and behaviour to increase our capacity to manage vector-borne diseases of humans and livestock, chiefly focusing on malarial mosquitoes in sub-Saharan Africa.
Darrick is Head of Law & Criminology in University of Greenwich. Darrick was Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology and Senior Lecturer in Criminology before joining Greenwich We talked about types of empathy, it's role in crime and society, h
Her research specialisation is in migration and urban studies from a gendered perspective and has published a wide range of articles, special issues and policy reports on these themes. 
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