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Logic and Semantics seminars are usually held at 2pm on Fridays in room FW11 . Talks are of relevance to the Programming, Logic and Semantics Group. Please contact the seminar organisers if you would like more information, would like to suggest a speaker, or would like to offer to talk yourself.
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Other listsThe influence of signal strength on the differentiation of effector and memory T cells Statistical Laboratory Open Afternoon Ethics of Big Data
Other talks"Wondrous signs of wondrous times": cultural histories of extreme weather events in the UK C++ (part 3) Standard Library What dancing robots might teach us about the development of form and motion understanding in the human brain The cause of all our troubles: the American invention of isolationism in World War II The unlikely roles of horses in criminal justice Playing Ping-pong with Single Electrons