City researchers have decoded the
phenomenon of soundless but audible GIFs more...
do some people hear this silent GIF bouncing? City research suggests
that synaesthesia may be behind the ‘bouncing pylon’ phenomenon and it
may be more common that we think.
Regulatory alignment, Brexit and the Irish border more...
The Brexit negotiations have hit a stumbling
block yet again at a critical juncture. Currently, the move from
Phase I to Phase II of the negotiations is stalled as the
British Prime Minister tries to keep her confidence and supply a
deal with the Northern Irish DUP party in check. The UK and
Irish Governments have ostensibly agreed ‘regulatory alignment’
on December 4th as a way to avoid a so-called hard border. What
this means is very important.
Journal of art, culture, philosophy, science and economy
KS wins competition for Söderstadion
Hastings Pier wins RIBA Stirling Prize
Dine – Montrouge Paintings
announced for the world’s largest award for children and young adult
Richard Thaler wins Sveriges
Riksbank Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences
Richard H. Thaler has been awarded the
Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred
Nobel 2017. Thaler is the Charles R. Walgreen Distinguished
Service Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics at the
University of Chicago Booth School of Business.