[Music plays] (Dr Bannister) A fast radio burst is very much like what it sounds. It’s a very fast burst of radio waves. It comes from outer space, a long way away. And by fast, I mean really fast. So it starts and stops in about a thousandth of a… Continue Reading What is a fast radio burst?
– Clients present at Carrington Road in Box Hill, which is where we do all our assessments. – We will assess where you are at to establish what are your needs. And then together we develop the individual recovery plan, in which we identify specific goals that you need to… Continue Reading Client Information – Turning Point Addiction Medicine Unit
– The referral process from a GP’s point of view, firstly involves writing a letter, which is usually addressed to the Carrington Road Turning Point Eastern Treatment Services and the patient will then be contacted to be offered an appointment to be assessed. The GP can also be expected to… Continue Reading Clinicians Information – Turning Point Addiction Medicine Unit
(gentle guitar music) – It can be very frightening for a relative of a patient to say goodbye to that patient as they enter a detox unit. You’re not gonna be able to contact them for the first three to four days of their detox, certainly whilst they’re in One… Continue Reading Family and Friends Information – Turning Point Addiction Medicine Unit
Okay, well I’m originally from Belgium so my heart is still with the Belgium national team, the Red Devil. And so they did very well in the World Cup. Since it’s a remote island, internet is out of the question. So, in that case I would say, a nice bottle… Continue Reading Professor Willy Zwaenepoel, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies
Welcome to the MIT Media Lab Space Initiative kickoff event. The most amazing thing that anyone can possibly do is explore space. Tthere’s nothing as challenging or as inspirational. That’s why I’m so excited to be teaming with Joi Ito and the rest of the Media Lab in their Space… Continue Reading MIT Media Lab Space Exploration Initiative: Beyond the Cradle
*Music may be loud for some, please adjust volume accordingly* Absolutely, so we have a very unique set of projects in the Center for Solutions for ME/CFS and what we’re doing is taking data from a study that was funded by the NIH back in 2015 and 2016 that we… Continue Reading ME/CFS Q&A: What information are you are trying to find from established datasets?
Cognitive science is the study of the mind seen as a kind of information processing device. So it integrates psychology, philosophy, computer science, anthropology — so lots of different disciplines. It’s very natural for UC Merced, which is an interdisciplinary campus. The PhD program in Cognitive and Information Science at… Continue Reading UC Merced Graduate Studies: Cognitive and Information Sciences
We finally have the question that the people’s trial will tackle. We were so pleased to see so many people from across the world take part in suggesting questions, shortlisting them and then picking the final question and our question is ‘does reading a book in bed make a difference… Continue Reading What information do we need to collect to answer the People’s favourite question?