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Projective Dobble

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Introduction to axiomatic maths and projective geometry via the card game Dobble. Learn how to make your own Dobble decks by constructing the "axioms of Dobble" from the rules, then developing methods to build these.

The maths of Dobble
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CBS Journey to the centre of the Earth

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Talk for CBS

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Recipes from a Star

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Talk given at CBS 2020.
Recipes from a Star: From Puzzling Planets to Black Holes Bizarre: discover what stars are made of and how they form, and learn about some of the cool things that they can turn into or help create!

Recipes from a Star: From Puzzling Planets to Black Holes Bizarre
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Loops, Bumps and Dives: The Physics of Rollercoaster Rides

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2020 CBS talk - sight unseen

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script to be written

possible demos RA'ed below

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Seismometer (PLUS only)

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Find out about the structure of the earth, and how we have found it out despite only digging down 0.2% of its depth.

A seismometer and lots of explanation
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Emperors, Spies and Seaweed: writing messages only you can read

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Demos for a Crash, Bang, Squelch! public talk featuring examples of steganography and cryptography.

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Taking pictures as a vet: How to see inside your pet - CBS 2019 talk

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X-rays are an extremely useful type of image that are used by vets almost every day. When might a vet need to take an X-ray? How do X-ray machines work? What can you see on an X-ray image? And what do X-rays of different animals look like?

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Leaning Tower of Lire

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Explore this famous block stacking problem and see how far you can build off the edge of a table.

Balancing blocks on the edge
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Platonic Solids

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Making 3D shapes out of 2D ones. Look at how angles combine to tessellate and then form 3D corners.

Explore the five platonic solids and other 3D shapes.
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