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STS PhD student on the BBC Breakfast Show

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PhD student Steph Ratcliffe was interviewed on BBC Breakfast this morning.

Yesterday a video was released showing a women being catcalled over 100 times in one day. Steph went on BBC breakfast to talk about her reaction to the video and her work with the Good Night Out campaign which works with venues across the UK to prevent sexual harassment on nights out. More info about their good work is available here: www.goodnightoutcampaign.org

A Clichéd History of Computing

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This Wednesday, 22nd October, the STS seminar will be given by Dr James Sumner and will be titled 'A Clichéd History of Computing. Tea and coffee will be served from 4.00pm in Darwin B15, with the seminar starting at 4.30.

Eugenics at UCL: We inherited Galton

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This film features STS's Dr Carole Reeves discussing Francis Galton and the legacy of his racial eugenics. It also features UCL students doing what we like best: asking questions, engaging issues, and working to make a difference.

STS Seminars Confirmed

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STS are pleased to be confirm the first installments for the year of our ever-popular seminar series.

Getting things underway this year will be Prof Albert Weale of the UCL School of Public Policy who will be talking about 'The Presumption of NICE, or What Is in a Policy Paradigm when It Comes to Health Care.' The seminar will take place on Wednesday 8 Oct in B15 in UCL's Darwin building (PLEASE NOTE the change of room from previous years). Tea and Coffee will be available from 4pm, with the talk beginning at 4:30pm.

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