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Evaluating gambles using dynamics

Ole Peters and Murray Gell-Mann have published a paper in the American Institute of Physics (AIP) journal Chaos. Find out more about it in this article from the AIP. Read more

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Science on Screen: The Balmond Studio Interview

The LML fellows were recently interviewed by Balmond Studio for the Science on Screen Programme.  “What’s deeply fascinating about science is identical to what’s fascinating about film.  Read more

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Economics lectures in India

Ole Peters delivered a set of lectures on economics at the complex systems winter school in Mohali, India.  The lectures were based on notes, co-authored with Alex Adamou, that will form the basis for future lecture courses. Read more

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Science on Screen: Blade Runner with Tipu Aziz

The fifth Science on Screen event in collaboration with the Barbican was held on Tuesday, 8 December.  Neurosurgeon Tipu Aziz introduced the ever popular Blade Runner to a packed audience in cinema 2. Read more

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Science on Screen: Stalker with Doyne Farmer

The fourth Science on Screen event in collaboration with the Barbican was held on Tuesday, 13 October.  Ole Peters introduced Doyne Farmer to a delightfully large audience in cinema 1. Read more

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Barbican Podcast – Interview with J. Doyne Farmer

As part of the Science on Screen series with The Barbican, J Doyne Farmer is interviewed in their September podcast, looking at why he chose the film Stalker for his upcoming talk and what it means to him. Read more
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Science on Screen: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory with Rachel Cooke

The third film in our Science on Screen series was presented by Rachel Cooke, a real-life chocolate engineer. Rachel amusingly shared some of her experiences in an actual chocolate factory. Read more

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Summer Studentships 2015

LML welcomed 7 project students to take up their summer studentships for 4 weeks in August. The students came from Belgium, Greece, Israel, Italy, UK, and Ukraine, and were the first occupants of LML’s new guesthouse. Read more

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Why insure?

Ole Peters and Alex Adamou have written a paper titled Rational insurance with linear utility and perfect information. Here they consider the insurance puzzle, namely that people are willing to buy insurance at a price Read more

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Max Werner appointed External Fellow

LML is pleased to announce that Max Werner has been appointed External Fellow. Max is a lecturer in Natural Hazards and Risk at The University of Bristol. His research interests centre on earthquake physics Read more