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An Introduction to Algorithms Algorithms, loosely translated, are systems for doing things. Algorithms are thus the link from pre-history to the modern world – without algorithms we would have an inanimate universe without all the mess and complexity of real life. It turns out ...
The Mathematics of Musical Composition Pattern and structure are essential to music, from the permutations in a Bach fugue, to the structure of a round.
This lecture will explore the mathematics of musical symmetries, such as the “translational symmetry” of the transposition of keys, and ...
How to Register for an Online Lecture Given Covid-19, we are live-streaming all our lectures online in 2020-21 and aim to re-introduce in-person lectures gradually as social distancing rules change. This video explains how to sign up for our online lectures using CrowdCast.
Gresham College has been ...
Russian Piano Masterpieces: Musorgsky Musorgsky was a proficient, but not virtuosic pianist: in his youth, he entertained society ladies with popular marches and quadrilles, and in his last years, he toured as an accompanist in song recitals. On the basis of these modest exploits, ...
What Medicine Can Learn from Savile Row Clinical practice is often seen as the acquisition and application of scientific knowledge to diagnose and treat diseases. Yet every patient is different.
This lecture draws on a ten-year collaboration with a Savile Row tailor to explore ‘bespoke’ as a ...
Cosmic Vision: Watching the Radio At longer wavelengths than the normal optical wavelengths to which human eyes are normally sensitive, is the radio part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Radio astronomy can tell us about the distribution of magnetic fields in the Universe, and reveal striking ...
Chris Whitty: The State and Public Health The Role of the State in Public Health, and its Limits
Professor Chris Whitty
The relative role of the State and the individual is a recurring theme of political theory. It is also a practical question in public health – ...
Engels and Marx: Revolutionaries in London On the 200th anniversary of the birth of Friedrich Engels, his biographer Tristram Hunt looks at how both Engels and Karl Marx were deeply affected by their time in London in the second half of the 19th century.
London, then ...
Darwin, Breeding and Barnacles Following the Beagle voyage, Darwin settled down to a quiet married life, relying on correspondence to gather facts.
He wrote thousands of letters as he gathered facts to support his still-secret theory.
Long before anyone had heard of evolution, Darwin ...
Does The State Really Care When It Kills You? This lecture will focus on human rights and the wrongs of unexpected and/or sudden deaths in which the state is implicated. It will cover the importance of a proper death investigation, the impact on the family and state, how Magna ...
Srebrenica: The New Evidence 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre and the Dayton Accords resolution of the first two (Croatia and Bosnia) of the three Balkan wars of the 1990s.
In examining the legacy of this conflict, Professor Nice will consider ...
Looking for Life on Mars Mars has changed since it formed 4.6 billion years ago. When life started on Earth ~4 billion years ago, Mars was habitable too, with volcanism, a magnetic field, surface water and a thick atmosphere. Today, Mars is cold and dry, ...

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