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language as a window into human nature

For a change, here's a link to a great talk on language by Steven Pinker

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Tuesday 2 May Jewish Galicia (1772–1918): Vibrant Past Rediscovered Free evening lecture with author Andrew Zalewski

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Wednesday 3 May Handel and the Musical Canon Annual lecture at Handel's former home in Mayfair, this year focusing on the musical canon.

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Thursday 4 May Belief in an Age of Suspense: The Changing Emotional Landscape of the UFO and Alien Contact Phenomen Greg Eghigian uncovers the global history of UFO and alien contact phenomena.

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Thursday 4 May Why haven't we cured cancer yet? A look at stimuli-responsive microbubbles and how they are revolutionising cancer treatment.

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Thursday 4 May Why haven’t we cured cancer yet? IET EngTalks: Future Science ree to attend evening event. EngTalk speaker Prof Eleanor Stride, Oxford University will assess the challenges faced when trying to answer the question – “why haven't we cured cancer yet?"

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