The last film to share is about the world of mathematical software. Continue reading “Mathematics & Computing”
Bristol Quantum Engineering Technology (QET) Labs shared their love of mathematics for our film within the gallery zone on encryption.
How does mathematics inform our knowledge of the oceans? We travelled to Liverpool’s National Oceanographic Centre to understand more…
Over the next few weeks I want to share some of the content I worked on for Mathematics: The Winton Gallery at the Science Museum.
With growing wealth and a population more in touch with new technology the future of financial investment is reliant on building on Chinese social networks in a modern way.
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In advance of the opening of Mathematics: The Winton Gallery next week, I have written a piece for the Science Museum journal about one of our key objects on display – a storm surge modelling machine developed in response to the North Sea flood of 1953. Read it here: https://goo.gl/iEl92O
Isotypes are a form of communication developed by Otto Neurath (1882-1945) during the nineteen-thirties. Continue reading “The Isotype Institute & The Democratisation Of Statistics”
Since its publication in 1982, Das Passagen-Werk or the Arcades Project has been highly influential for the development of critical theory. The collection brings together notes on the city of Paris compiled by Walter Benjamin from 1927 until his death in 1940. Although unfinished, the Arcades Project can be seen as the culmination of Benjamin’s studies, both in form and content. Continue reading “Le Paysan de Paris and The Arcades”
In the 19th century British imperial power had reached its height. Through strong trade and industrial development Great Britain had come to rule many parts of the world. As time went on the Victorians began to investigate the inhabitants of their colonies through images, literature, and exhibitions. Many of these images and artefacts stand as trophies of conquest and expressions of power as organised possessions.
From 1979-1992 the Conservative government stood strong winning three consecutive elections under Thatcher and a fourth under John Major. The Labour party struggled to combat their majority and only toward the latter part of the eighties, under Neil Kinnock, did it begin to increase in popularity. Continue reading “From Loony Left to Neo-Thatcherism”