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  • Build your own hot, cool PC
    Build your own hot, cool PC

    High spec, hardware-intensive PCs like gaming PCs can cost thousands if you buy them ready-built. But the skills needed to put one together are not as impenetrable as some may think.

  • Fingerprints 2.0: DNA forensics
    Fingerprints 2.0: DNA forensics

    Have you ever wanted to solve a crime?

  • Call of the Cowherd comes of age: a degree in yodelling
    Call of the Cowherd comes of age: a degree in yodelling

    Does the above picture make you want to yodel? If so, you are probably Swiss, Austrian or Southern German.

  • Learning with your Latté: PopUp College
    Learning with your Latté: PopUp College

    Many bookshop chains in the United States have a coffee bar where shoppers can read in comfort with a pastry and a skinny latté or caramel macchiato.

  • How to build a happy workplace
    How to build a happy workplace

    “Doing what you like is freedom.

    Liking what you do is happiness.”

  • Hitting the Headlines: an introduction to the music industry
    Hitting the headlines: an introduction to the music industry

    The music industry tends to be a place where the winners win big and the rest scrape along as best they can. Raw musical talent is probably not enough to make it to the top.

  • Acing the quality game: Lean Six Sigma
    Acing the quality game: Lean Six Sigma

    In manufacturing, one measure of the efficiency and quality of a process is its sigma rating – which can refer either to yield or the percentage of defect-free products it creates.

  • Where is my mind?  - visual psychology 101
    Where is my mind? - visual psychology 101

    So, what’s up with the blob of jelly inside our skulls? How does it work, and why does it make us do what we do? Answering these questions is the domain of psychology.

  • The degree with a 91% employment rate
    The degree with a 91% employment rate
    The old saying ‘familiarity breeds contempt’ seems to be redundant in the digital age. It wouldn’t raise too many eyebrows in the marketing community if it changed to ‘familiarity breeds sales’. When we arrive at a buying decision, we are far more likely to buy something we have heard of before than something we haven’t.

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