What becomes of the brokenheated: The Global Inequality of Pension Provisions

Jimmy Ruffin once asked 'What becomes of the brokenhearted', now the Risk institute is trying to answer that very question in developing nations.

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Research on the glaciers draining into Nuup Kangerlua (Godthåbsfjord), SW Greenland

This project brings together researchers at the University of Liverpool, UK and Asiaq Greenland Survey to investigate changes in the past, present and potential future iceberg calving behaviour of the glaciers near to Nuuk, and what the consequences of this are for those who live and work in the area.

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REC2018 - Hosted by the Liverpool Institute for Risk and Uncertainty

REC2018 was the eighth biennial meeting in the Reliable Engineering Computing series. Hosted by the Liverpool Institute for Risk and Uncertainty, the theme was "Computing with Confidence", bringing together engineers and scientists of all kinds from across industrial, academic and governmental institutions.

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The Risk Institute at Liverpool Pint of Science

Pint of Science returned to Liverpool for a second year, as part of an international, three-day festival that will see thousands of scientists simultaneously standing up and telling the public about their research in over 100 cities across 12 countries.

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The good, the bad, and the vicious - how we judge dogs

Dogs enjoy really positive press: they are portrayed to be loyal (like Lassie), fun (like the dog from a mobile phone company which encourages you to “be more dog”) and brave (like Rin Tin Tin). Our perceptions of dogs matter as it affects how we train them, or whether or not we think we will be bitten.

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Smarter Mobility conference in Florianopolis, Brazil

A multidisciplinary collaboration of engineers and scientists from government, industry and academia in Brazil with their colleagues in the United Kingdom to discuss the topic of smarter mobility.

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