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  1. M

    THE MAN IN THE RED COAT

    The Man in the Red Coat was Dr Samuel Pozzi (1846-1918). In the English-speaking world he is mainly famous for having been painted in 1881, as 'Dr Pozzi at Home', in a long crimson dressing gown by John Singer Sargent. This arresting portrait – one of the best that Sargent ever painted - is now...
  2. M

    The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance,

    Review by Metellus Cimber II This review comes with a spoiler: The German Genius is not everyone's ideal holiday reading. It is as thick as War and Peace and requires the same level of concentration. It is a complete history of Germany from 1750 to the present day. The author's erudition is...
  3. Joshua Slocum

    How To Invent Everything

    Now this is a very strange book to review, not normally the sort of book that I would choose if seeing it on display, its a large book running to 420 pages At first it reminded me of Stephen Hawkins book a Brief History of Time, one of those books that you read and which uses so many complex...
  4. Simon - Quest Magazine

    Engineers, Scientists and Technologists

    Dstl maximises the impact of Science and Technology for UK Defence, Prosperity and Security across government. We're extremely proud of our work, which saves lives in the UK, overseas and on the frontline. For more information CLICK HERE
  5. Simon - Quest Magazine

    Talented Engineers, Scientists and Technologists

    We’re always looking for talented engineers, scientists and technologists to join our teams. Dstl is organised into 5 Delivery Divisions. The Divisions provide the Science and Technology to address the ever-changing challenges faced by UK Armed Forces, MoD and the UK Government. For further...
  6. Tappet

    Citizen Science Apps

    i remember many years ago that SETI used to have a programme you could put on your computer, and it would assist in scanning a tiny bit of the sky in the background. Seeing as I now effectively carry a computer in my pocket, that is on 24/7, with plenty of processing power, does any arrser...
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