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I had little doubt that I had come to the end of my career when I perceived the somewhat sinister figure of the late Professor Moriarty standing upon the narrow pathway which led to safety

The instant that the Professor had disappeared it struck me what a really extraordinarily lucky chance Fate had placed in my way

So rapidly does the brain act that I believe I had thought this all out before Professor Moriarty had reached the bottom of the Reichenbach Fall

A confederateand even that one glance had told me how dangerous a man that confederate washad kept guard while the Professor had attacked me

An admirable and unique weapon said he noiseless and of tremendous power I knew Von Herder the blind German mechanic who constructed it to the order of the late Professor Moriarty

Well well such is fame But then if I remember right you had not heard the name of Professor James Moriarty who had one of the great brains of the century

It was at this time that he was sought out by Professor Moriarty to whom for a time he was chief of the staff

John Prescott, an associate professor at the University of Chicago

Oliver Hart is a professor at Harvard University.

And now the professor of botany presented himself, one who could explain his knowledge in black and white.

The botanical professor wrote a long treatise about the heavenly plant, and for this he was loaded with gold, which improved the position of himself and his family.

Let's hear more about imperfect superheroes from Jason Ditmer, professor of political geography at University College London.

Let's listen to Ian Crawford, Professor of Planetary Science and Astrobiology at Birkbeck University of London.

Let's listen to Tim Valentine, retired professor of psychology at Goldsmith's College at the University of London, talking about this.

How did they do that? Well, let's find out by listening to Professor Majid Ezzati, Chair in Global Environmental Health at Imperial College London.

What! ? How comes! ? I'll let Professor Majid Ezzati explain that too.

Well, let's listen to Professor Vyv Evans. He wrote a book called The Emoji Code

Yes, Professor Evans says 60 percent of information when we're talking to each other comes from non verbal cues.

The official birth of emoticons is usually given as 1982, when a US professor instructed his students to use smiley faces to indicate jokes in digital a communication.

I'll let Professor Andrew Oswald from the University of Warwick explain.

So, professor Oswald mentioned there is a genetic component, or part,

Let's hear first from Professor Tim Cooper who is an expert in sustainable consumption and production at Nottingham Trent University in the UK.

Yes, by way of an example, Professor Cooper says that his parentswashing machine lasted for 37 years.

We're going to be hearing about the research of Professor Alexander Todorov from Princeton University in the US.

So, what does this mean in practice? Here's Professor Todorov

Don't feel depressed, Rob! Let's listen to Professor Brent Roberts from the University of Illinois to find out more about the benefits of talk therapy.

Let's listen to Dr Jonah Berger, Marketing Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Contagious: Why things catch on,

The word meme was actually invented by evolutionary biologist Professor Richard Dawkins

Now let's hear now from Business Professor Erin Meyer talking about how easy it is to misunderstand why some people behave the way they do

OK well now it might be a good time to listen to Zoubin Bharhramani, Professor of Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge

Doctor Kyle Sue, an assistant professor of family medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland in Canada,