19Sep Delve into the past with Russia and Revolution

Delve into the past with Russia and Revolution

Don’t miss this outstanding programme specifically designed for A-level History students studying twentieth century Russia. This spectacular day will feature five leading historians who will present relevant and stimulating talks focusing on the period 1894 – 1964. Topics will include Tsarist Russia, the Russian Revolution, the Stalin era and Khrushchev’s [...]

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17Sep Jaguar Land Rover’s lead exterior designer to explore the car design process

Jaguar Land Rover’s lead exterior designer to explore the car design process

James Trim is lead exterior designer at Jaguar Land Rover. This autumn, at Product Design in Action at the University of Warwick, James will show us how to design a car for 20 years in the future. He will explain the creative process of designing a vehicle and give invaluable [...]

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17Sep Catherine Colebrook from the IPPR explores a new vision for the economy

Catherine Colebrook from the IPPR explores a new vision for the economy

Catherine Colebrook is the Chief Economist and Associate Director for Economic Policy at the Institute for Public Policy Research. She has also worked for the Economist Intelligence Unit, BNP Paribas and as an economic adviser at HM Treasury. This autumn, at Economics in Action at the University of Warwick, Catherine [...]

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17Sep GCSE Science in Action: Do you have what it takes to be an astronaut?

GCSE Science in Action: Do you have what it takes to be an astronaut?

We are delighted to announce that Suzie Imber, Associate Professor of planetary science and winner of BBC’s “Astronauts: Do You Have What it Takes?” will join us at GCSE Science in Action on February 27th 2019. Our autumn programme is full in London and Warwick – why not take this [...]

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17Sep Criminals versus chemists

Criminals versus chemists

We have a very special session on forensic science planned for your students at Chemistry in Action in Warwick and Manchester this year. Rachel Bolton-King is a forensic scientist specialising in the investigation of shooting incidents, working with forensic scientists and legal professionals across the world. She will show us [...]

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3Sep Don’t miss Rossetti expert Dr Simon Avery at Drama and Poetry pre-1900 this autumn!

Don’t miss Rossetti expert Dr Simon Avery at Drama and Poetry pre-1900 this autumn!

A lively combination of expertise and entertainment is coming to London this November. Our outstanding line-up will include Dr Simon Avery, whose research interests include the poetry of Christina Rossetti. In 2014 he published an article on gender and power in Rossetti’s poetry for the British Library; he also teaches [...]

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3Sep Back to School!

Back to School!

Good morning, The ttp team hopes everyone had a wonderful and restful summer, and wishes the very best to all the students and teachers in this new academic year!   If you are a teacher and you have moved school, please send us your new contact details so we can keep you [...]

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3Sep Young researcher Cerys Bradly to give interactive talk at GCSE Maths in Action

Young researcher Cerys Bradly to give interactive talk at GCSE Maths in Action

Cerys uses maths to investigate the impact we can have on the dark net in the way we police it. The dark net is a part of the internet where users can hide their identity and nothing is accessible through search engine. Whilst large government agencies are theoretically able to [...]

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3Sep Physics in Action: The universe explained – from the big bang to life at CERN…

Physics in Action: The universe explained – from the big bang to life at CERN…

We have two very special sessions planned for our Manchester Physics in Action programme on November 22nd, where we will discover the secrets of the universe. Author and broadcaster Simon Singh will look at the biggest question of them all- where did the universe come from? Particle physicist Kate Shaw [...]

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3Sep Inside the criminal mind at Psychology in Action Warwick

Inside the criminal mind at Psychology in Action Warwick

Kerry Daynes was one of the first Forensic Psychologists to train in the NHS and has since worked with some of Britain’s most complex and challenging criminals in prison, hospital and community settings. In a truly captivating session Kerry will reveal what forensic psychologists really do and both the rewards [...]

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