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Why Am I Joining LIS? This is a question I get asked a lot at the moment.

If I am to be true to my values and to continue to walk the walk as an educator, how could I not join the most exciting higher education project in the country?

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11 June 2021

Posted by Kiran Momi

The Week in Good News (07/06)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Bees that can provide a little more than just honey. Scientists from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research have found that a specific component in honeybee venom can fight against resistant breast cancer cells. Read the full post.

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08 June 2021

Posted by Dr Ash Brockwell

Learning from Sprint Feedback

Through the two Sprints, we learned a huge amount about what’s working well and how to make the course even better. Read the full post by Dr. Ash Brockwell to see how we're applying feedback to shape the course.

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04 June 2021

Posted by Kiran Momi

The Week in Good News (31/05)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. In celebration of Pride Month, a new visual identity has been announced for Stonewall. Read the full post.

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28 May 2021

Posted by Kiran Momi

The Week in Good News (24/05)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Cleantech company Pluvo have launched a column that can clean up to 99% of noxious gases and particulate matter from the air. Read the full post.

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20 May 2021

Posted by Nepor Ngobeh

The Week in Good News (17/05)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. STARFORGE are providing more insight into the births of baby stars using a stimulation. This new revelation will help astronomers study how stars are formed. Read the full post.

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14 May 2021

Posted by Nepor Ngobeh

The Week in Good News (10/05)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Researchers have discovered that an area larger than mainland France has naturally regrown since the year 2000. Read the full post.

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11 May 2021

Posted by Isaiah Wellington-Lynn

Carving Your Own (un)conventional path with Isaiah Wellington-Lynn

Designer and LIS faculty member Isaiah Wellington-Lynn tells us about his personal experience of interdisciplinary learning, the unconventional path he’s taking, and more importantly, what has helped anchor him and give him a sense of direction and focus.  

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07 May 2021

Posted by Nepor Ngobeh

The Week in Good News (03/05)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Recent studies reveal 'revolutionary' new materials that could help put an end to the world’s water shortage. Read the full post.

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30 April 2021

Posted by Nepor Ngobeh

The Week in Good News (26/04)

The Week in Good News: Our weekly roundup of good news stories from across the disciplines and the world. Students in Berlin are using discarded fruit skins to design a compostable and recyclable bag that has the same lifespan as a paper one. Read the full post.

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29 April 2021

Posted by The London Interdisciplinary School

Why we’ve decided not to do clearing...

Choosing where you’d like to go to university is a life-defining decision. And one that we believe requires careful consideration and shouldn’t be decided by a five-minute telephone call.  

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