- Why the battle between Daniel Zeichner & Julian Huppert matters for Cambridge
- It’s the students & young people that are making this election campaign interesting
- Democracy is not a spectator sport – so don’t expect to be spoon-fed.
- Now that the public debates are over…into the final week of campaigning
- Will the 2015 general election mark a low point in national politics?
- RT @helenlynn: Stuff thro' our door: Lab 398g, Lib 267g, Con 42g, Grn 18g, UKIP 9g, Keith Garrett (Ind) <1g. Felt like more! http://t.co/Ix… 3 hours ago
- RT @pinstripeowl: @Puffles2010 @scattermoon 2/2 by far largest weight given to if they 'grew up here/don't live round here' (literally in t… 3 hours ago
- RT @pinstripeowl: @Puffles2010 @scattermoon hi! I'm finding it interesting hearing what comes up when people discuss their local candidates… 3 hours ago
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Category Archives: Data, science and statistics
Summary A specific challenge to Cambridge’s science communities This blogpost stems from the tweet below: Gd question – anyone? RT @Puffles2010: "What options in Cambridge for adults to learn about science at evening classes, but without exams?" — Cambridge AWiSE … Continue reading
Summary Musings on maps – of the railway kind. And following the wanderings of my mind. This blogpost started off from reading an article about Blackpool – see it here. There’s one thing that troubles me not just about Blackpool … Continue reading
Summary Should all public services and state functions be open for outsourcing or are there some lines that should not be crossed? The difference with this blogpost compared to others I’ve covered in public policy is that it looks at … Continue reading