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(3) UoP Hums & Soc Sci (@UoPHumSS) | Twitter

(3) UoP Hums & Soc Sci (@UoPHumSS) | Twitter

Poster realised during my studies at the University of Portsmouth.  This is a Timeline about the life of John Logie Baird, scottish inventor and innovator.  Follow my work on : manarabuisson.com

Poster realised during my studies at the University of Portsmouth. This is a Timeline about the life of John Logie Baird, scottish inventor and innovator. Follow my work on : manarabuisson.com

University of Portsmouth Interiors for The Third Space (completed March 2010)

University of Portsmouth Interiors for The Third Space (completed March 2010)

University of Portsmouth. Portsmouth, United Kingdom

University of Portsmouth. Portsmouth, United Kingdom

MSc Historic Building Conservation - University of Portsmouth

MSc Historic Building Conservation - University of Portsmouth

MSc Security Management – University of Portsmouth #graduate #degrees http://degree.remmont.com/msc-security-management-university-of-portsmouth-graduate-degrees/  #security management degree # Security Management Why take this course? Security management has become an increasingly important issue in organisations, with many now employing specialists to protect their people, assets, information and reputation from risks such as crime, fraud, accidents…

MSc Security Management – University of Portsmouth #graduate #degrees http://degree.remmont.com/msc-security-management-university-of-portsmouth-graduate-degrees/ #security management degree # Security Management Why take this course? Security management has become an increasingly important issue in organisations, with many now employing specialists to protect their people, assets, information and reputation from risks such as crime, fraud, accidents…

Scientists find ‘strongest’ natural material | Limpet teeth might be the strongest natural material known, with biological structures so strong (3.0 to 6.5 GPa tensile strength) they could be copied to make future cars, boats, and planes, a new study by researchers from the University of Portsmouth has found. [New Materials: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/new-material/]

Scientists find ‘strongest’ natural material | Limpet teeth might be the strongest natural material known, with biological structures so strong (3.0 to 6.5 GPa tensile strength) they could be copied to make future cars, boats, and planes, a new study by researchers from the University of Portsmouth has found. [New Materials: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/new-material/]

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