Author Archives: Nira Chamberlain

The Championship season has just finished and Aston Villa finished in 13th position. Dr Tony Xia gave Aston Villa a mark of 59 out of 100 where 60 is a…

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When I was coming to the end of my PhD, my future wife, suggested that I find a new hobby to occupy some of my spare time. I was fortunate to…

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My name is Dr Nira Chamberlain a Mathematical Modeller and a Chartered Scientist. In 2014 the Science Council named me as one of the UK’s Leading Practising Scientists. In making…

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The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF), formerly the London International Youth Science Fortnight, is one of the oldest residential science conferences in the world, hosting approximately 500 students (aged…

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Recently I was invited to  Spark London  ://stories.co.uk. event. Spark London invvites the general public to come to a theatre and give a 5 minutes story about your life. At first,…

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Sadly my first childhood hero, Muhammad Ali sadly past a way. However it good to see the whole world celebrate his life as he impact us one way or another.…

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“An equation for me has no meaning unless it expresses a thought of God.”- Ramanujan I was invited to the film premier of “The Man Who Knew Infinity” based on…

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SPOILER: Do not read as there is a potential of a magic trick being ruin! With the sad passing away of  the magician Paul Daniels, a number of news outlet…

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Currently, with nine games remaining my football team, Aston Villa, are bottom of the Priemiership. They seemed doomed for regulations. Now almost every week, the local Radio Station DJ, Radio…

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In the social media in the last few days there has been a buzz about  an African-American  Katherine Johnson real life story to be screened. Katherine G. Johnson (born August…

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