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Kurt Schwitters: Dada, Merz and Anna Blume ( talk in German )

On Thursday 15th January, Trisha Harbord, Hartmut Logemann and Elke Pawlowski will be offering an introduction to some of the work of Kurt Schwitters ( 1887 to 1948 ), a German artist and writer.

Stuck for a Christmas present?

Stuck for a Christmas present? 

Why not get someone a BRLSI membership?

 

Proposal for a permanent memorial to celebrate Adelard

A proposal for a permanent memorial to celebrate Adelard of Bath one of the great minds of the Middle Ages, now almost entirely forgotten in his native city.

The Symbiosis between Medicine and Energy

On Friday November 28th at 7.30 pm Professor Francis Duck of the University of Bath and lately of the RUH will explore this symbiosis, in a talk entitled “How Physics has put Energy into Medicine”.

XMAS at BRLSI

Christmas at BRLSI!

Saturday 6th December 2014 from 3pm
Members and Guests welcome.

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Labyrinthiform Anthozoan: This brain coral, Diploria labyrinthiformis, is a reef building coral from tropical areas of the west Atlantic Ocean. It is a member of the class Anthozoa (a name derived from the latin for "flower-animal") within the phylum Cnidaria (a name derived from the latin for "sea-nettle").