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  • Master’s without a bachelor’s? Now you can
    Master’s without a bachelor’s? Now you can

    In 1233 a papal bull decreed that anyone admitted to the mastership at the University of Toulouse should be allowed to teach freely in any other university.

  • Chemistry of Beer
    Chemistry of Beer
    For some reason this course is incredibly popular. The University of Oklahoma is offering a free class on brewing chemistry with a credit option. You can earn college credit by studying and perhaps even sampling the popular hoppy beverage.
  • The human patch against ransomware
    The human patch against ransomware

    In the wake of May’s WannaCry crypto-ransomware attack which brought the UK’s National Health Service and many other large organisations to a standstill, a major provider of cyber security expertis

  • Art for art’s sake, money for God’s sake
    Art for art’s sake, money for God’s sake
    It’s a cruel fact that the world’s call centres and fast food restaurants are full of workers who have an arts degree but don’t know how to capitalise on it. World famous Central Saint Martins arts and design college aims to change this.
  • Beyond the selfie: learn (proper) mobile photography
    Beyond the selfie: learn (proper) mobile photography

    Modern smartphones have a host of software tricks to make photos look better, plus cameras in some models that are as good as dedicated digital cameras.

  • Beyond the banana: workplace wellbeing for SMEs
    Beyond the banana: workplace wellbeing for SMEs

    Is it worth spending money and resources on employee health and happiness?

  • Get the show on the road: Event Management
    Get the show on the road: Event Management

    The event management business is booming. The consumption of things is falling in favour and the consumption of experiences is rising, especially among millennials and younger people.

  • CPR for countries: Business after conflict
    CPR for countries: Business after conflict
    After regional conflicts, when one side has won, both have given up and gone home, or when there’s nobody left to fight, there is work to do. Post-conflict reconstruction does what it can to clean up the mess, and business has a key role in it.
  • Agribusiness: building a fertile career
    Agribusiness: building a fertile career

    In the current business environment, changing customer purchasing behaviours and technological innovations are changing the business landscape for food producers and the food supply chain.

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  • Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Learn to create electronic soundscapes
    Synthesizers have come a long way since the Moog and the Fairlight in the 1960s and 1970s. Synth sounds are so commonplace now that to create new sounds, you need to know a few things about how they work, and learn a bunch of software, to see how you can push the envelope.

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