Living Data: Align

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that this program contains images and voices of deceased persons.

Living Data: Align

2015 Conversations

Disclaimers, Copyrights and Citations

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"It is because science grows out of the preoccupations and pressures of everyday life
that its discoveries have, in the end, to be accessible to all of us."
Lisa Jardine, 1999. Ingenious Pursuits:
Building the Scientific Revolution


Physicist Dr Casey Handmerknows about black holes and other things that help explain how the physical universe works. He visits the Living Data Kitchen and explains what he understands as connectivity in the natural world.
Tuesday 15 December 2015


Casey Handmer tells about the pleasure in interactions that teach us new things.
October 2016