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Other talksWhat is to be done about community violence? The Science of E&D: Why equality and diversity benefits us all Determining the energy relaxation length scale in two-dimensional electron gases (SP Workshop) Prof Joerg Vogel - Title tbc From 'clap-trap and flummery' to 'scope and methods' – the Royal Geographical Society's lantern-slide lectures, c.1886–1913 Prof Christoph Binder - title TBC