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John Logie Baird Travelling Scholarship

the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and the ... Professorships, Dr. K. W. S. Sing (chemistry, tenable at. Brunei College).
New Human Metabolism Research Upends Conventional Wisdom ...

Jan 1, 2023 ... Metabolism studies reveal surprising insights into how we burn calories—and how cooperative food production helped Homo sapiens flourish.
Data-driven decarbonisation pathways for reducing life cycle GHG ...

Jan 9, 2023 ... These include upstream optimisation to reduce unserved food waste, ... edible plate waste using a state-of-the-art computer vision system.
A Savin Bush in the Cloister: Art and Nature in the Plan of St. Gall

Plan is a work of art, a creative drawing that participated in both ... And they ate grass, and barks of trees, and the root of junipers was their food.
Behavioral decisions made under the risk of predation: a review and ...

Predation has long been implicated as a major selective force in the evolution of several morphological and behavioral characteristics of animals.
Journal of the Society for Arts, Vol. 27, no. 1401

by the Society of Arts, are now in course of publi- ... Agriculture and Horticulture. ... Freehand and mechanical drawing, writing, sing- °.
The Farmer in the Works of William Sidney Mount

life in the I83os and I84os did they draw upon and transform into art?2 ... emblem of agricultural virtue, he is by no means a heroic figure.
The Origin of Musical Instruments and Sounds

Parietal Art, Ancient Greek Sources on Music and Hunt] ... sound, and vocal tract acoustics, is similar to that of hand-song. Figure 1: ... fishing society.
Imagining the Harvest in Early Modern Europe

activities, especially agriculture.12 Man's lot, since Adam's curse, was to live by the sweat of his brow. Medieval artists carved emblems of the months on ...

AI-Generated Project Ideas

  1. Using hydroponics to grow plants for natural dye production for textile art
  2. Creating an aquaponics system for sustainable fish farming and organic vegetable production
  3. Exploring the impact of different types of music on the growth of plants in a controlled environment
  4. Analyzing the effects of different cooking techniques on the nutritional value of food