A conference bringing together delegates from both industry and academia and covers the physical, physiological and psychological aspects of eating and oral processing.
In this inaugural lecture, Professor Paul S Dyer, BA, MA, PhD, will speak on the topic of ‘The Benefits of Fungal Sex’. Professor Dyer is Professor of Fungal Biology, School of Life Sciences.
Researchers and students are warmly welcomed to this free event where we will be joined by Dr Joana Falcao Salles, University of Groningen, as part of our antimicrobial resistance visiting scholar seminar series.
In this lecture, Sean May, School of Biosciences, will explore the evolution of genetic engineering technology. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.
Organised by Professor Brigitte Nerlich as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science, this panel debate will be chaired by the scientist and broadcaster Adam Rutherford, author of the book ‘Creation: How science is reinventing life itself’ (2013) and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s flagship science programme, ‘Inside Science’.
Tags: Adam Rutherford, Andrew Balmer, biology, Brigitte Nerlich, ESRC, ESRC Festival of Social Science, Hilary Sutcliffe, Klaus Winzer, Matter for All, Responsible Research and Innovation, synthetic biology
With an overall aim to personalise the management of primary breast cancer in older women, this event seeks to develop an in-depth understanding around biology and treatment options and more.
In this Responsible Research and Innovation lecture, Professor Paul Martin from the University of Sheffield tackles ‘Synthetic biology: engineering life for a better world’. Admission free, all welcome.