3D bioprinting has emerged as a new tool for fabricating functional replacement tissues and ultimately organs.
Join us for a lecture on Darwin’s oncology legacy, given by Dr. Ruman Rahman, Assistant Professor, Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre at the University of Nottingham.
Come along to this science public lecture with speakers Dr Mandy Roshier, Assistant Professor, Veterinary Medicine and Science, and Dr Steve North, Research Fellow, Computer Science.
The School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy, in association with the British Science Association, present this public lecture. Julian Onions will speak on the topic of ‘Things that go bang in the night (sky).
Presented by the School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy in association with the British Science Association. Claire Sycamore will speak on the topic of ‘Thinking the (pill) box: alternative drug delivery strategies’.
The School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy present ‘Breast cancer – a researcher’s perspective’. Professor Stewart Martin, Professor of Cancer and Radiation Biology, will talk.
With ever-increasing funding constraints from ‘traditional’ UK research councils, in addition to the resulting uncertainty in long-term EU funding due to the outcome of the UK Brexit vote, the need for demonstrating the impact of research that goes ‘beyond academia’ has never been greater.
Join us for a talk on Surveying the Distant Universe, given by Professor Omar Almaini from the School of Physics and Astronomy, who will be discussing the recent spectacular findings made by a team of astronomers he led.