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Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape

Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape

Tue 8, Jun 2021

Cardiff University’s Professor Omer Rana discusses his work on Modelling Victim, Business, Regulatory and Malware Behaviours in a Changing Cyberthreat Landscape.

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Ways of Knowing after Atrocity

Ways of Knowing after Atrocity

Tue 1, Jun 2021

Dr Nicola Palmer discusses the “Ways of Knowing after Atrocity” knowledge exchange project which examined transitional justice processes.

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Capacity Building for Mangrove Restoration in Kenya

Capacity Building for Mangrove Restoration in Kenya

Tue 25, May 2021

Professor Mark Huxham discusses his work on CAMARV: Capacity Building for Mangrove Assessment, Restoration and Valuation in East Africa”.

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Isotope Profiling of Drugs: A Tool to Disrupt Organized Crime

Isotope Profiling of Drugs: A Tool to Disrupt Organized Crime

Tue 18, May 2021

Professor Niamh NicDaeid and Professor Wolfram Meier-Augenstein discuss their work on Isotope Profiling of Drugs: A Tool to Disrupt Organized Crime, Detect Serious Crime and Reduce Volume Crime.

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Empire and Trans-national Religious Identity

Empire and Trans-national Religious Identity

Tue 4, May 2021

Dr Mohanad Hage Ali discusses his past work on "Empire and Trans-national Religious Identity".

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LGBTQ Visions of Peace in a Society Emerging from Conflict

LGBTQ Visions of Peace in a Society Emerging from Conflict

Tue 20, Apr 2021

PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil spoke with Ulster University reader Dr Fidelma Ashe, an expert in transnational justice, to speak about her work as Principal Investigator on the AHRC-funded LGBTQ Visions of Peace in a Society Emerging from Conflict project. The outcomes of this research were featured in her 2019 book Gender, Nationalism and Conflict Transformation: New Themes and Old Problems in Northern Ireland Politics.

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Human Trafficking During a Global Pandemic and a New Rapid Digitalisation Era

Human Trafficking During a Global Pandemic and a New Rapid Digitalisation Era

Tue 13, Apr 2021

A global pandemic and a new rapid digitalisation era: how have technologies changed the face of human trafficking?

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Investigating Extremist Brains and Building Cognitive Resilience

Investigating Extremist Brains and Building Cognitive Resilience

Tue 6, Apr 2021

Dr Leor Zmigrod writes about her work exploring the relationship between individuals’ cognitive traits – the unconscious ways in which their brains learn and process information from the environment – and their ideological worldviews.

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The Detection of Explosive Substances Using Spectroscopy

The Detection of Explosive Substances Using Spectroscopy

Tue 23, Mar 2021

Professor Malcolm Joyce discusses his work on the detection of explosive substances by tomographic inspection using neutron and gamma-ray spectroscopy

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Researching the Transition Town Movement

Researching the Transition Town Movement

Tue 16, Mar 2021

Professor Tim Gorringe discusses his work on the values which underpin constructive social change, focussing on the Transition Town Movement.

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