1. Working with Compact MRI


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    Mark Lythgoe and Bernard Siow from the Biomedical Imaging department at UCL discuss how they use compact MRI within their research.

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    • Artists are Lost


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      In the opinion of many, in both Richard P Feynman (now dead) and Mark Lythgoe (very much alive) we have two of the finest scientists. In the wonderful book "Surely you're joking Mr Feynman" we get the first hand journey of experience of Richard P Feynman. In his book Feynman explores what good science is. He comes to the conclusion that arts are vital to science and that science is vital to arts. The remainder of the film carries the words of Philip Davis of "the Reader". The background is the "home farm" of "Peter Gordon". This farm Gauch is in remote Cabrach. It is exceptionally remote. Almost lost. It was cut in-two to make room for a giant baler. Science and Arts need not be so easily divided in real life? The track is "Lark Ascending" (as I believe that with digital communication the gap between arts and science will be less misunderstood). The lark is briefly interrupted by James Yorkston and "Fellow man" from his recently released album "The Cellardyke Recording and Wassailing Society"

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      • Mark Lythgoe


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        A professor of biomedical imaging at University College London explains his work

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        • A wonderful journey I went on


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          This short film carries the words of the neuroscientist Mark Lythgoe in a recent BBC Radio 4 broadcast about his extraordinary career. Mark Lythgoe talks about subjective experience and science

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          • The Times Cheltenham Science Festival 2009 - Science for Schools


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            Highlights from The Times Cheltenham Science Festival 2009

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