Science Public Lecture Series: Predatory bacteria: natural killers of problematic pathogens

November 8th, 2019

The latest lecture in the Schools of Biosciences, Physics and Astronomy, Pharmacy and Chemistry’s public science lecture series will focus on predatory bacteria, delivered by Dr. Liz Sockett, Professor of Bacterial Genetics in the School of Life Sciences.

Join Liz on Thursday 21 November to learn more about the mechanisms by which bacteria invade and kill each other and find out what is needed to combat resistant infections.

These lectures are open to everyone, free to attend and take place once a month at 6pm in lecture theatre B1 in the Physics Building.

Find more information about the series of lectures or contact Hilary Collins or Chris Staddon to be added to the mailing list.

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November 22nd, 2019 at 12:34 pm

Beverley Blacker

Hi…Unfortunately I have missed the lecture on The mechanisms of bacteria but would of love to have attendee (only just noticed it!) Would it be possible to receive an email when the next one is so i can attend.
Many thanks
Beverley Blacker

November 22nd, 2019 at 12:40 pm

Cyrus M

Hi Beverley, sorry you missed the event. If you email Hilary Collins ( or Chris Staddon ( and ask to be put on the mailing list for the Science Public Lecture series, they should be able to help. Just to let you know, these lectures are normally held on the third Thursday of every month.

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