Monthly Archives: April 2011

For Promoters

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Click on the photo below to get to a Hi Res image for Professor Karmadillo!

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SciBarCamp

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So I did my first ever performance as Professor Karmadillo at this weekends SciBarCamb in Cambridge. Best dressed speaker award must go to David De Roure, a Computational Musicologist, presenting his talk garlanded with a DNA molecule made from balloons!

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Facebook Page

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You can go to the brand new Facebook Page and like us if you are so inclined!

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Professor Karmadillo gets on his Velocipede

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Hi people…well the start of April is upon us, so this means its time to turn the Professor Karmadillo concept into a show. I have started by setting up the initial version of the website and will do things up … Continue reading

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Radio Gagarin

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To celebrate 50 years since the first manned space flight ‘Radio Gagarin’ was written. I wrote a guest diary entry at this years Geek Pop Festival which explains things in more detail – its worth a read, in particular to … Continue reading

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Geek Pop 2011

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Download our contributions to Geek Pop 2011 from the Karmadillo page here. Topics covered include ‘A Bacterium That Can Grow by Using Arsenic Instead of Phosphorus‘ and a tribute to Gustav Mendel, father of genetics. Released as Karmadillo.  

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Geek Pop 2010

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You can listen to our Geek Pop 2010 contributions, including an ode to Arabidopsis thaliana and a song abut Brownian Motion, by clicking on this link here.

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