Posts tagged with ‘School of Biosciences’

National Teaching Fellow status for Biosciences professor

A colleague from the School of Biosciences has been awarded National Teaching Fellow Status in this […]

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Sutton Bonington Christmas TeachFest

The School of Biosciences and School of Veterinary Medicine and Science present a one day festival to share ideas for teaching including plenaries, workshops and interactive ‘show and tell’ posters.

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Farewell and good luck to Professor Jerry Roberts

Professor Jeremy – Jerry – Roberts will be leaving the University after 38 years to take […]

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Pint of Science Festival 2016

Pint of Science, the international science festival, makes its debut in Nottingham from Monday 23 to […]

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Pint of Science Festival

Pint of Science, the international science festival, makes its debut in Nottingham. Nottingham will join over 100 cities around the world which will take part in the global festival from Monday 23 to Wednesday 25 May, and will see more than 30 University of Nottingham scientists appear in local watering holes.

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Nottingham hosts Woven Network Conference: “Insects as food and feed: the way forward”

UK ‘Ento-preneurs’ will meet to tackle the future of protein in food and feed at the […]

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Designer dragons and transgenic triffids, or, the power of the (genetic) imagination

In this lecture, Sean May, School of Biosciences, will explore the evolution of genetic engineering technology. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.

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Calling all experts in nutrition and diet

The Science Media Centre is inviting nutrition scientists to their next specialist Introduction to the News […]

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Photosynthesis: the engine of food production

Dr Erik Murchie, Associate Professor in the School of Biosciences, presents ‘Photosynthesis: the engine of food production’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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“Feed me!” – hidden hunger in plants and people

In this inaugural lecture, Professor Martin Broadley will describe how plant evolution, compounded by profound geographical factors (physical and cultural), causes widespread human micronutrient deficiencies across the globe.

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