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The science of artistic endeavour October 7: Historian of science and physicist, Professor Arthur I Miller, is visiting the University on Wednesday October 8 to give a public lecture on his new book which looks at how science and technology relate to the art world.
The lecture is free and open to the public and starts at 6.30 pm in the Eldon Building.
Climate change threat to deserts September 30: Professor Andrew Goudie, from the University of Oxford, is giving a free public lecture in Portsmouth tomorrow on how deserts have evolved and how climate change might threaten their existence. The lecture, in the University’s Richmond building from 6-7pm, is organised by the University and the Royal Geographical Society (southern region). It will be followed by a drinks reception.
Terrorism suspects' interviews examined September 26: Professor Aldert Vrij and his research team have been awarded £160,000 to continue their work for the High-Value Detainee Interrogation Group, a US intelligence group set up by Barack Obama in 2010 to question terrorism and other major crime suspects. Professor Vrij and colleagues are exploring the effect of the presence of an interpreter in interviews on eliciting information, detecting deception and building rapport.