GUEST POST: The Holocaust Explained

In March 2020, the Wiener Holocaust Library relaunched its online educational website for young learners and schools. In this guest post from the Library, we find out about the new content and features added to the site.

Guest Post: PLANCKS Competition 2020

On 8-11 May 2020, the Institute of Physics is hosting PLANCKS, an international theoretical physics competition and symposium for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Guest Post: Theatre of Debate launch new Monologues Projects

Theatre of Debate has launched two series of Monologues - Things I Couldn't Tell You inspired by the ongoing ABC versus St Georges legal case and From the Dentist's Chair all about antibiotic resistance.

Guest Post: Showcasing the UK’s budding superpower: artificial intelligence

Professor Michael Wooldridge presents AI UK, The Alan Turing Institute’s two-day event in London on 24-25 March 2020 and discusses the role of the UK in the AI revolution.
Engagement event involving archives and special collections.

Guest Post - Felix Lancashire, RCP, on having your archive accredited

GUEST POST: In July 2019, the National Archives awarded Accredited Archive Service status to The Royal College of Physicians. Felix Lancashire describes the ups and downs of this journey to accreditation and what it means to the library.
Camden 2025

Guest Post - Cllr Danny Beales, Camden Council, on Camden 2025

GUEST POST: Taking into account the Knowledge Quarter's Science and Innovation Audit, Councillor Danny Beales gives us a glimpse of what lies in store for Camden, one of London's most innovative and progressive boroughs.
British Library

Guest Post: Digital Transformations for UK Public Libraries: Five Approaches to a ‘Single Digital Presence’

In 2017 the British Library began exploring the possibility of a 'single digital presence' for public libraries throughout the United Kingdom. In this guest post, Jake Millar describes the five areas of intervention required to make this a reality.
Ben Hopkins, Bennetts Associates

Guest Post: Ben Hopkins, Bennetts Associates, on Science-Based Sustainability Targets

There are plenty of decent business cases for setting science-based targets and having them officially approved by the Science-Based Targets Intiative (SBTi), argues Ben Hopkins, associate at architectural practice Bennett's Associates. And with Extinction Rebellion making the headlines, schoolchildren protesting in the streets and David Attenborough campaigning on our TV screens, the big risk for any business is being left behind, and, fundamentally, not doing the right thing.

Guest Post: Venus Unwrapped

In this guest post Helen Wallace, Programme Director at Kings Place and curator of Venus Unwrapped reflects on how women have been written out of music history, and how vital their music really is.

Guest Post: The future of work will soon be the present

The Alan Turing Institute have invited staff and researchers to examine the future of work and AI, a topic fuelling discussions and debates everywhere. Follow the debate here in a series of guest posts from ATI fellows, and with #futuresofwork.