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Student Experience

Student Experience at Durham University

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Find out what you can get involved in at Durham University.

Jeremy Vine on his experience as a Durham University student

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Find out about Jeremy Vine's time as a student at Durham University.

Gemma Collis' Durham University Experience

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Find out about Gemma's experience as a student at Durham University including becoming a paralympian and being a first year Law undergraduate.

Sam Kingston-Jones' Durham University Experience

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Find out about Sam's experience at Durham University as the President of Durham Student Theatre.

Holly's Durham University Experience

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Find out about Holly's experience of Durham University including the supported progression scheme and life as a first year Earth Sciences student.

DURFC Untouchables - BUCS Champions 2013!

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DURFC - Untouchables - Class of 2013 - BUCS Champions 2013 Behind the scenes with Durham University RFC as they are crowned BUCS Champions 2013! Will Greenwood reflects on what his time at Durham meant to him and provides a good luck message to the team ahead of the final. Filmed, Produced & Directed by Campo @campbellfilmsuk

Sporting Developments at Durham University

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Find out about the sporting facilities and opportunities at Durham University.

Olympic Torchbearers from Durham University

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Durham University students selected to carry the Olympic Torch discuss this fantastic opportunity.

Olympic Torch Relay at Durham University

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The Olympic Torch in Durham City at the Durham University Racecourse

Durham University: An Experience Like No Other

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Unsure what student life at Durham University is really like? Watch this clip and experience it for yourself! Please note: this video contains flashing imagery. Viewer discretion is advised.

Collingwood College, Durham University

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Find out about student life at Collingwood College, Durham University

BBC Look North Interviews Chinese Students Studying at Durham University

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An insight into what it's like being a Chinese student studying at Durham University.

Supported Progression at Durham University

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Find out about our students’ experiences of the Supported Progression scheme.

Durham University named The Times and Sunday Times Sports University of the Year 2015

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Watch this short film to see why Durham has been given this award

Induction Week

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Take a look at what awaits our new students during their first week at Durham University

Durham University: A day in the life

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Find out what student life is like at Durham University.

Happy Lunar New Year from Durham University

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Durham University students celebrate the Chinese New Year

Making it happen: research-led education at Durham University

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Research is at the heart of Durham University. Watch some of our leading academics talk about our approach to research-led education and how they make it happen at Durham.

Durham University Congregation 2015

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Congratulations to all our graduates! Here is a selection of highlights from this year's ceremonies, including an interview with Durham alumna and honorary graduate Gabby Logan.

Durham University Summer Sports Camps

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Watch this short film to find out more about what Durham students make happen during school holidays for hundreds of children of all ages with the Team Durham Sports Camps.

From St Aidan's to Ustinov, how to say place names at Durham University

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Leaving home to study in another country can be a big transition so some of our students have put together this video tour of the campus to show our new arrivals how to pronounce the names of buildings and colleges and help them settle in.

Induction Week

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Watch this short film to find out more about the welcome events and activities that take place during Induction Week.

The World Machine

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Find out how Durham University students worked together with leading academics to create the stunning simulations used in The World Machine, a collaboration between artists, cosmologists, historians, and philosophers, charting the birth of modern cosmology, taking viewers on a journey through the stars and galaxies.

The World Machine #DUmakeithappen

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See what Durham University students have been involved in creating for Lumiere Durham 2015

Study Abroad at Durham

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An insight into life as an exchange or study abroad student at Durham.

Study Abroad Opportunities at Durham

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Information from Durham students returning from their year abroad.

Year of the Monkey

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Durham University celebrates the Year of the Monkey

Student Kishva Ambigapathy elected as Chair of Commonwealth Youth Council

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Durham postgraduate student Kishva Ambigapathy has been given the responsibility of engaging 1.2 billion of the world’s young people in global issues. MSc student Kishva has been elected as the new Chair of the Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC), the largest and most diverse youth-led organisation in the world, representing young people in 53 Commonwealth countries.

Gender equality programme for engineering students

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Sheryl Sandberg’s global best-seller, Lean In, is inspiring a new generation of undergraduates studying on ’traditionally male‘ degree subjects at Durham University.

Do you remember the first time you saw Durham?

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A trip down memory lane for Durham alumni. 150th Anniversary of Durham Alumni Support - 'Come Back to Durham'

What makes Geography at Durham great?

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The Department of Geography has been ranked in the top ten for six consecutive years in the QS World University Rankings by Subject (2018). It has research on every continent and major ocean on the planet, led by an exceptionally talented group of staff in highly advanced facilities. Professor Mike Crang (former Head of Geography), talks about what makes the Department great.

What makes Archaeology at Durham great?

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The Department of Archaeology is ranked fifth in the world in the prestigious QS World University Subject Rankings (2016). It has research projects and fieldwork taking place across the globe, world-leading academics, state-of-the-art lab facilities and a thriving student community. Head of Archaeology, Professor Chris Gerrard, talks about what makes the department great.

Team Durham 2016 - a recap

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Some highlights from the fantastic success of all of our athletes from 2016. Well done to all our students as we still our Britain's Best Team Sport University, you all bleed palatinate.

Team Durham Sport 2015/16 Season

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Businessman Ian Baggett tells how Durham inspired his business career

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Geography graduate Ian Baggett, whose dissertation inspired him to found a successful construction firm has spoken of how his time at Durham University prepared him for life and a career in business.

Durham Summer Congregation 2016

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Congratulations to everyone who graduated from Durham University at Summer Congregation 2016

DUEM Kickstarter Campaign 2016

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Support Durham University Electric Motorsport (DUEM) in their efforts, as the longest running solar car team, to race 3000km across Australia in the 2017 World Solar Challenge. Subscribe to DUEM here: https://goo.gl/61ce3H DUEM Social Media: ● Website: www.DUEM.org ● YouTube: https://goo.gl/61ce3H ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/DUEM_Electric ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/DUEM_electric.motorsport/ ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DUEM.Electric HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SPONSORS!

Undergraduate Life at Durham University: Colleges

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Find out more about undergraduate life within a Durham college by hearing the experiences of two Junior Common Room Presidents

Durham University Summer Congregation 2017

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Congratulations to all our students who graduated at Summer Congregation 2017. Watch our short film to find out more about this wonderful occasion.

Join the volunteering movement with Student Community Action!

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With over 40 projects to get involved with, Student Community Action has a volunteering opportunity for everyone at Durham University. It's a great way to make friends, escape the Durham bubble and most importantly, give back to the local community. All volunteers are also given access to exclusive training programs throughout the year to develop new skills. To get involved or find out more, visit www.scadurham.ac.uk or email community.action@durham.ac.uk

Durham Student Theatre

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Durham Student Theatre (DST) is the home of theatre at Durham University. Durham has one of the most exciting student theatre scenes in the country, with over 90 productions annually and 27 active theatre companies. From Pinter to Porter, Shakespeare to Sondheim, there is no shortage of opportunities in DST! Find out more here: https://www.durhamstudenttheatre.org/. Filmed by Stage 3 Productions.

Research at Durham University

Watch a selection of videos highlighting the research taking place at Durham University.

Professor Keith Lindsey Talks about Research to Understand the Genomes of Plants

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Professor Keith Lindsey, School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences on his research to understand the genomes of plants and his inspiration to become a scientist.

Professor Veronica Strang on Intellectual Freedom and Cultural Issues Around Water

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Professor Veronica Strang, cultural anthropologist, talks about the intellectual freedom offered at Durham's Institute of Advanced Study and her research into water.

Professor Justin Willis Talks about his Research in African Communities

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Professor Justin Willis, Department of History, discusses the relationship between the modern bureaucratic state and local communities in Africa.

Professor Gillian Foulger on Volcanic Formation

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Professor Gillian Foulger, Department of Earth Sciences, discusses the origin and formation of volcanic islands.

Professor Douglas Davies discusses Death Rituals

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Professor Douglas Davies, Department of Theology and Religion, discusses the development of rituals in crematoria, and woodland and natural burials.

Professor Epstein, Post-atheist Spirituality and Minimal Religion in Russia, Q&A session

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Q&A session following Professor Epstein Inaugural Lecture "Post-atheist Spirituality and Minimal Religion in Russia"

Post-atheist Spirituality and Minimal Religion in Russia

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Professor Mikhail Epstein gives his Inaugural Lecture, "Post-atheist Spirituality and Minimal Religion in Russia" - 14/02/2013

Professor Dave Petley Discusses Landslide Research

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Professor Dave Petley discusses areas affected by landslides across the world, how the department carries out its research and examples of how the research is applied to real life situations.

IHRR's Breaking the Mold:Humanitarian Aid and Empowering Local Communities Conference

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Baroness Valerie Amos discusses the issues surrounding delivering humanitarian aid in disaster situations and the research taking place at Durham University.

The Customer Led Network Revolution (CLNR)

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In this video, Durham University staff and PhD students as well as project partners elaborate on the installation procedure and the benefits of Real Time Thermal Ratings (RTTR) technology, which is one of the key smart grid technologies that are to be deployed and evaluated as part of the project programme.

Universities Minister David Willetts visits Durham University

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Watch this short video about the Universities Minister David Willetts visit to Durham University on 9th July 2012.

New Version of Jerusalem Goes Solo

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New solo Jerusalem song stars Durham University Student Choir and Prof. Jeremy Dibble

Principles Based Approach to Financial Regulation

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A discussion addressing the need for principles-based approaches to regulating financial services to build market resilience.

Financial Crises: The Need to Learn from History

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Prof Roman Tomasic and Dr Folarin Akinbami discuss how we must learn from past financial crises and address the problem of 'moral hazard', where financial companies and individuals make irresponsible decisions and externalise the consequences of their actions onto others.

Tipping Points - Uncovering the Climate of the Past in Greenland

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Scientists travel to Greenland to collect environmental samples that will help them uncover the mystery of a rapid cooling event that took place in the North Atlantic around 5000 years ago. This will help to discover how the Earth's climate systems may change in the future.

Tipping Points - Uncovering the Climate of the Past in Greenland - Part 2

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Scientists travel to Greenland to collect environmental samples that will help them uncover the mystery of a rapid cooling event that took place in the North Atlantic around 5000 years ago. This will help to discover how the Earth's climate systems may change in the future.

How liquid-repellent technology is changing our lives

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Dr Stephen Coulson explains how the company P2i has adapted liquid-repellent technology developed at Durham University for use on mobile phones, clothing and other products.

Research at Durham University: A world of opportunity

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Research is at the heart of Durham University. Here, some of our leading early career researchers talk about the world of opportunity on offer to students and academics at Durham. Undergraduates, postgraduates, post-doctoral researchers and staff members have access to state-of-the-art facilities at the University. We offer a rich, research-intensive environment in which to develop new perspectives and insights, and to contribute to the frontiers of knowledge. Students at Durham University have the opportunity to work alongside some of the world’s leading researchers from a range of disciplines. The research our academics conduct shapes and inspires the disciplinary structure of our academic departments, as well as our college communities, and directly informs our undergraduate teaching. Students have the opportunity to go out into the field and have a hands-on learning experience, developing knowledge, independent thinking and creativity: tools for undertaking their own research. Durham University is distinctive - a residential Collegiate University with long traditions and modern values. Durham seeks the highest distinction in research and scholarship and is committed to excellence in all aspects of research and education. Durham University is proud to be an international scholarly community, with students and staff from 156 countries. Visit the Durham University Research Website: www.durham.ac.uk/research/ Follow us on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/durhamuniversity Twitter: https://twitter.com/durham_uni LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/edu/school?id=12697 Instagram: https://instagram.com/durhamuniversity/ Website: https://www.durham.ac.uk/

Developing early warning systems for vulnerable communities: Research at Durham University

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Dr Nick Rosser talks about how his research is leading to a better understanding of the mechanics and processes which cause landslides and rock falls, to help develop early warning systems for vulnerable communities across the world. Dr Nick Rosser is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography at Durham University. His primary research is focused upon the recognition of the role of material deformation characteristics in controlling the spatial and temporal nature of slope failure. More widely, Dr Rosser is actively engaged in research on natural hazards and risk, and the global and local impacts of disasters. The nature of this work, including its engagement with emerging technologies, requires interdisciplinary collaborations with Earth Scientists, Engineers and Social Scientists. Durham University is distinctive - a residential Collegiate University with long traditions and modern values. Durham seeks the highest distinction in research and scholarship and is committed to excellence in all aspects of research and education. Durham University is proud to be an international scholarly community, with students and staff from 156 countries. View Dr Nick Rosser’s profile: www.durham.ac.uk/geography/staff/geogstaffhidden/?id=976 View department: www.durham.ac.uk/geography/ Follow us on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/durhamuniversity Twitter: https://twitter.com/durham_uni LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/edu/school?id=12697 Instagram: https://instagram.com/durhamuniversity/ Website: www.durham.ac.uk/

How were Galaxies and Stars Formed? - Research at Durham University

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Dr Mark Swinbank discusses how his research uses observations of distant galaxies to understand how galaxies and stars formed and evolved at just a fraction of the Universe's age. The research group in Durham contains some of the world’s leading researchers in astronomy, cosmology and galaxy formations, and has access to some of the world’s leading telescope facilities. Dr Mark Swinbank is an extra-galactic astronomer in the Institute for Computational Cosmology at the Durham University. His research interests include the formation and evolution of galaxies, galaxy clusters, large scale structure and galaxies in interaction. Durham University is distinctive - a residential Collegiate University with long traditions and modern values. Durham seeks the highest distinction in research and scholarship and is committed to excellence in all aspects of research and education. Durham University is proud to be an international scholarly community, with students and staff from 156 countries.

How to Harness Geothermal Energy: Research at Durham University

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Dr Charlotte Adams discusses how her research in to geothermal energy could help countries across the world to access this potential source of heat and power. Charlotte Adams (Née Nuttall) is the Research Manager for the BritGeothermal research partnership and is based in the Department of Earth Sciences at Durham University. Charlotte gained a PhD from Newcastle University while researching the removal of ecotoxic metals from abandoned mine drainage and has had a long interest in geothermal energy that began while working at Newcastle University on Coal Authority funded research which included temperature logging at several deep mineshafts in the UK. Charlotte joined Durham University in 2009 as the Business Research Coordinator for Durham Energy Institute, and has worked on several multidisciplinary projects with colleagues from the departments of Engineering, Anthropology, Geography, History and Earth Sciences that have focused upon the socio-technical aspects of energy use from generation to end user. Durham University is distinctive - a residential Collegiate University with long traditions and modern values. Durham seeks the highest distinction in research and scholarship and is committed to excellence in all aspects of research and education. Durham University is proud to be an international scholarly community, with students and staff from 156 countries. View Dr Charlotte Adams’ profile: www.durham.ac.uk/research/directory/staff/?mode=staff&id=7556 View department: https://www.dur.ac.uk/earth.sciences/ Follow us on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/durhamuniversity Twitter: https://twitter.com/durham_uni LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/edu/school?id=12697 Instagram: https://instagram.com/durhamuniversity/ Website: www.durham.ac.uk/

The Importance of our own Past: Research at Durham University

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Dr Giles Gasper explains that by bringing together historians and scientists we are shedding new light on medieval thinking and what it means for scientific learning today.

Durham University REF 2014

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Durham's Acting Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) discuss the University's performance in REF 2014. Find out more at www.durham.ac.uk/ref

Global Governance ..into the Future | David Held | TEDxLUISS

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Global governance is failing when we need it most. The paradox of our times is that, as global problems become more complex and threatening, our global institutions lose their force as organizing frameworks for inter-state cooperation. Starting from the Lorenzetti’s painting “The Allegory of the Good and the Bad Government”, David Held, Master of University College, Durham and Professor of Politics and International Relations at Durham University, explains what are the reasons for such gridlocks. David Held is Master of University College, Durham and Professor of Politics and International Relations at Durham University. Among his most recent publications are Gridlock: Why Global Cooperation is Failing (2013), Cosmopolitanism: Ideals and Realities (2010), Globalisation/Anti-Globalisation (2007), Models of Democracy (2006), Global Covenant (2004), Global Transformations: Politics, Economics and Culture (1999), and Democracy and the Global Order: From the Modern State to Cosmopolitan Governance (1995). His main research interests include the study of globalisation, changing forms of democracy and the prospects of regional and global governance. He is a Director of Polity Press, which he co-founded in 1984, and General Editor of Global Policy. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

Durham Collections Digitisation and Research

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A insight into the Durham Collections, the Priory Library digitisation project and research fellowships.

Professor Damian Hampshire talks about fusion energy, suggesting it could be economically viable.

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Research led by Durham University, in collaboration with the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, has looked in-depth at the economics of fusion energy. The team calculated the cost of building, running and decommissioning a fusion power station and how this compares to current fission nuclear power plants. They concluded that a fusion power plant could generate electricity at a similar price to a fission plant.

Dr Christian Liddy and Canon Rosalind Brown talk about the significance of the Magna Carta.

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Thousands of people from all over the world visited the Magna Carta and the Changing Face of Revolt exhibition at Durham University’s Palace Green Library in summer 2015.

Dr Pratika Dayal asks if there is life out there

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Humans have long wondered: “Are we alone in the Universe?” After all, the Earth is just one planet in one galaxy among hundreds of billions that exist across the cosmos. Now a team of scientists are attempting to solve this mystery by building the first cosmobiological model to explore the habitability of the Universe. Led by Dr Pratika Dayal, of Durham University, the researchers hope their model will help identify galaxies with potential to host life as we know it.

What value is Arts and Humanities research?

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Professor David Cowling explains how research in the Arts and Humanities helps us understand the world in which we live and provides insights into our own and other cultures.

Charles Fernyhough: Hearing the Voice

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In this short film, Prof Charles Fernyhough (Durham University) talks about ‘Hearing the Voice’, a major interdisciplinary study to explore the phenomenon of auditory verbal hallucinations. The project was funded by a Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Strategic Award.

The online Bible at Christmas

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More and more people now read the Bible online so is this shift changing the way people understand and use its content? Dr Peter Phillips from CODEC, a research centre for digital theology at Durham University, talks us through this move towards the online Bible, clickable verses and what this means for our understanding of Christmas.

The Life of Breath

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Professor Jane Macnaughton (Durham University) and Professor Havi Carel (University of Bristol), talk about The Life of Breath, a five-year research project exploring breathing in cultural, clinical and lived experience. The project is funded by a Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Joint Senior Investigator Award. For more information about our funding, please visit our website: wellcome.ac.uk Directed, filmed and edited by Barry J Gibb

Antarctic Canyons: Dr Stewart Jamieson

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New analysis of satellite data by a team of scientists led by Durham University shows that the world's largest canyon may lie under the Antarctic ice sheet. Although the discovery needs to be confirmed by direct measurements, the previously unknown canyon system is thought to be over 1,000km long and in places as much as 1km deep, comparable in depth to the Grand Canyon in USA, but many times longer. Dr Stewart Jamieson from the Department of Geography explains.

World Soil's Day Event - A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself

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A panel discussion organised by Durham University in conjunction with POST (Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology) Chaired by Huw Irranca-Davies MP.

Methane leaks from decommissioned gas wells

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Decommissioned oil and gas wells can leak methane into the atmosphere but contribute less of the gas to the air than agricultural use of the same land, according to a new study. Professor Fred Worrall from Durham University's Department of Earth Sciences / ReFINE explains more.

Childhood environment and fertility

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The environment girls grow up in could affect their fertility as adults, according to new research by the Department of Anthropology. Professor Gillian Bentley explains more.

What makes Geography at Durham great?

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The Department of Geography has been ranked in the top ten for six consecutive years in the QS World University Rankings by Subject (2018). It has research on every continent and major ocean on the planet, led by an exceptionally talented group of staff in highly advanced facilities. Professor Mike Crang (former Head of Geography), talks about what makes the Department great.

What makes Archaeology at Durham great?

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The Department of Archaeology is ranked fifth in the world in the prestigious QS World University Subject Rankings (2016). It has research projects and fieldwork taking place across the globe, world-leading academics, state-of-the-art lab facilities and a thriving student community. Head of Archaeology, Professor Chris Gerrard, talks about what makes the department great.

Strong effects of climate change on common birds in Europe and USA

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Scientists have shown for the first time that common bird populations are responding to climate change in a similar pronounced way in both Europe and the USA.

Inattention in reception pupils

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New research shows that young children with mild attention problems can go unnoticed at primary school and fall behind their peers academically. Dr Christine Merrell from the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring at Durham University explains.

Voice control in orangutan gives clues to early human speech

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Dr Adriano Lameira of the Department of Anthropology at Durham University has led research into whether the human ability to speak could have stemmed from our evolutionary ancestors the great apes. Here, Rocky, an eleven-year-old orangutan living at Indianapolis Zoo takes part in a game showing his can learn new sounds and control the tone and pitch of his voice. These skills could suggest that humans’ ability to speak can be traced back to the great apes. The study is published in the academic journal, Scientific Reports: www.nature.com/articles/srep30315

"Evolving electronics" could lead to new electrical devices

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Scientists at Durham University, UK, have “taught” materials to form electrical pathways in order to solve a simple problem, which could eventually lead to new electronic devices. Taking their inspiration from nature, where living organisms evolve to perform complex tasks, the researchers trained tiny carbon nanotubes, suspended in a liquid crystal solution, to form new electrical pathways to sort data into two categories. When varying electrical voltages were applied to the material using a computer programme, the carbon nanotubes changed position within the solution creating new electrical circuits and increasing its ability to solve the task over time (the error reduced – shown by the graph in this video). Credit: M.K. Massey and E. Vissol-Gaudin/Durham University

2016 3MT Durham Winner - Jenny Horrocks

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A recording of Geographer Jenny Horrocks giving her winning presentation “How did Antarctica react to past warm periods?” in the Durham University final of the Three Minute Thesis competition.

Records of Early English Drama-North East: Uncovering performance and musical heritage

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Researchers from Records of Early English Drama-North East give an insight into their project and what this tells us about the earliest records of performance and musical heritage in North East England.

Effects of UV radiation on galaxy formation

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This movie follows the formation of galaxies with cosmic time, illustrating how ultraviolet (UV) radiation from other galaxies and from quasars suppresses the formation of stars inside small galaxies near to large galaxies similar to the Milky Way and Andromeda. The left panel shows a simulation that includes such diffuse UV radiation as in the real Universe, where fewer smaller galaxies form. For comparison, the right panel shows what would happen in the absence of such radiation, with more small galaxies forming. Credit: S. McAlpine/S. Berry

Effects of UV radiation on hydrogen gas surrounding galaxy UGC 7321

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Movie showing the effect of ultraviolet (UV) radiation (indicated by the purple arrows) on the hydrogen gas surrounding the nearby spiral galaxy UGC 7321. As the gas is irradiated by the UV it begins to glow or fluoresce, allowing researchers to map the intensity of the UV radiation. The movie shows the field of view of the MUSE instrument at the European Very Large Telescope, which scientists used to detect the fluorescence. Credit: M. Fumagalli/T. Theuns/S. Berry

Durham University Colleges

An introduction to Durham University Colleges

Durham University's Collegiate System

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A description of Durham University's collegiate system: find out what it is and how it works.

Collingwood College, Durham University

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Find out about student life at Collingwood College, Durham University

Grey College Archives, circa 2008

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Students talk about what it means to be a member of Grey College, Durham University.

Hatfield College, Durham University

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Hatfield College, Durham University

Josephine Butler College Archives, circa 2011

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Students talk about what life is like at Josephine Butler College, Durham University.

St Aidan's College, Durham University

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Students talk about what life is like at St Aidan's College, Durham University.

St. Cuthbert's Society, Durham University

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A glimpse of life at St Cuthbert's Society - a College of Durham University

St John's College,Durham University

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Find out about student life at St John's Collge

University College, Durham University

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Students discuss what life is like at University (Castle) College, Durham University.

Van Mildert College, Durham University

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Find out what it is like to be a part of Van Mildert College!

Student life at Ustinov College

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Find out about student life at Ustinov College, Durham University’s sole postgraduate community. www.durham.ac.uk/ustinov.college

St Mary’s College, Durham University

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Find out about student life at St Mary’s College, Durham University. www.durham.ac.uk/st-marys.college

An Introduction to St Mary’s College from the Principal and Vice-Principal

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The Principal and Vice-Principal give a short introduction to St Mary’s College, Durham University. www.durham.ac.uk/st-marys.college/

Facilities and Services

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Sports Minister Opens New £6.7m World-Class Sports Facility at Durham University

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The Minister for Sport and the Olympics, Hugh Robertson MP, opens a new £6.7m world-class sports facility at Durham University, cementing the University's global reputation as a centre for sporting excellence.

Sporting Developments at Durham University

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Find out about the sporting facilities and opportunities at Durham University.