Upcoming Events - Public lectures & seminars

Propulsion Futures Beacon presents a talk by Prof Frank Kirkland

29 January 2020

This public lecture, delivered by Professor Frank Kirkland will explore the evolution of Gas Turbines and will also look forward as to what exciting developments could occur in the field of Aircraft Propulsion. 

Science in the Park

7 March 2020

Science in the Park is a free, family aimed, science event

Monetary policy in the intangible economy

11 February 2020

This speech, which should be accessible to non-economists, sets out some first thoughts on the effect of intangibles on long-run interest rates and the short-run monetary transmission mechanism.

The Vice-Chancellor’s Lecture Series: Bill Bryson: ‘Travels Around my Body”

31 January 2020

The next event in our “Vice-Chancellor’s Lecture Series” will be delivered by distinguished author, Bill Bryson OBE. In his newest book, The Body: A guide for occupants, Bryson sets off to explore the human body, how it functions and its remarkable ability to heal itself.

Humankind versus microbes: who is winning the war of antimicrobial resistance?

20 February 2020

The world is running out of antibiotics.

Policy challenges for the new government

6 February 2020

In the aftermath of the Conservatives’ decisive election victory Paul Johnson will look at some of the challenges the new government will face.

Educating about genocide: remembering the pink triangle prisoners of Sachsenhausen

27 January 2020

Our starting point in this lecture is the theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 ‘Standing together’.

International Law Regional Seminar Series: Worldmaking on the sea

12 February 2020

Join Dr Surabhi Ranganathan from the University of Cambridge for this free seminar – as part of the International Law Regional Seminar Series.

Teacher training open day

8 February 2020

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Come and visit the University of Nottingham’s School of Education and see why our Initial Teacher Education (ITE) courses have been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Food Tales – Food and poverty: a challenge for our time

25 March 2020

Food Tales is a series of free talks from the University of Nottingham’s Future Food Beacon […]