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Brian Cox

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  1. Brian Cox, Sir Nigel Shadbolt at Tech Day, ExCeL, 12 Nov Promo   Microsoft is running a huge conference - Future Decoded - in London’s ExCeL centre on November 10-12. The Tech ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Register

  2. We also have stroppy teens saving the world Page File   Phil Strongman joins El Reg bookworm Mark Diston to review the pick of publishing this week. Neil Young's second ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Register

  1. Switching on our brains seems like a bright idea when physics' leading man is doing the talking, writes Sarah Thomas. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  2. Brian Cox's Human Universe is fatally flawed TV | Henry Gee

    Humans do not stand at the top of a ladder of creation, above the apes and below the angels, superior to all other species When I watched the first episode ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian

  3. Brian Cox's Human Universe presents a fatally flawed view of evolution

    Humans do not stand at the top of a ladder of creation, above the apes and below the angels, superior to all other species When I watched the first episode ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  1. British particle physicist Brian Cox is available for a live question-and-answer session with students tomorrow. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  2. Peaky Blinders; Human Universe; The Kitchen; The Great British Bake Off TV review

    Tom Hardy turned up in Brum, Brian Cox was finally brought down to Earth, and Bake Off tilted at windmills in a week of the unexpected Peaky Blinders (BBC2) | iPlayer ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  3. Rockstar puts science on screen

    Once he was a scientist who used to be a rockstar, now he's a rockstar scientist.So successful have his TV programmes become that Professor Brian Cox is more ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald

  4. We need public health heroes can Hollywood help? | Tania Browne

    While many areas of science benefit from media attention, public health is usually overlooked. But there are many interesting stories from epidemiology that could tempt HollywoodScience its so glamorous ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian

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Wikipedia

Brian Denis Cox, CBE (born 1 June, 1946) is a Scottish actor. He is known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he gained great recognition for his portrayal of King Lear. He has also appeared in many Hollywood productions such as his role of Dr. Guggenheim in Rushmore and William Stryker in X2. Cox was born to a working class Catholic family in Dundee, Scotland, the youngest of... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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