Join Angela Thornton as she explores a hypothetical futuristic world where brains can be emulated, augmented and uploaded.
Tags: Biosciences, brain, brain connectivity
Come and listen to how the new genomics equipment made available through the Future Foods beacon could benefit your research.
Tags: Biosciences, future foods, Life Sciences, Plant sciences
The mechanisms stimulating muscle growth and the consequences for the food we choose to eat: Inaugural lecture by Professor Tim Parr.
Tags: Biosciences, food, food science, muscle, Professor Tim Parr
Professor Jeremy – Jerry – Roberts will be leaving the University after 38 years to take […]
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Tags: Biosciences, Jerry Roberts, School of Biosciences, Simon Langley-Evans, University of Plymouth
In this lecture, Sean May, School of Biosciences, will explore the evolution of genetic engineering technology. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.
Tags: biology, Biosciences, dinosaur, genetics, lecture, Popular Culture Lecture Series, School of Biosciences, science fiction, Sean May
Dr Erik Murchie, Associate Professor in the School of Biosciences, presents ‘Photosynthesis: the engine of food production’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.
Tags: Biosciences, Erik Murchie, photosynthesis, plant and crop sciences, public lecture, School of Biosciences, science, science public lecture series
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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In this inaugural lecture, Professor Ritz will reveal some new views of the normally unseen underworld, and explain how understanding the origins and consequences of soil biodiversity can provide a means for us to manage, monitor and protect soils more effectively.
Tags: Biosciences, earth, ecosystem, inaugural lecture, Karl Ritz, Sarah O'Hara, School of Biosciences
As part of the Science Public Lecture Series, Dr Bettina Wolf presents ‘Chocolate: a mouthfeel sensation’.
Tags: Bettina Wolf, Biosciences, chocolate, food, lecture, School of Biosciences, science public lecture series
The University has been recognised for supporting women in science subjects.
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Tags: Athena SWAN Bronze Awards, Athena SWAN Charter, Athena Swan Project Officer, Biosciences, Chief Medical Officer for England, Dame Sally Davies, Dr Marion Walker MBE, Dr Tony Stevens, Faculty of Engineering, Pharmacy, Professor in Stroke Rehabilitation, School of Community Health Sciences, School of Physics and Astronomy, School of Psychology, Silver Athena Scientific Women’s Advancement Network, Silver Awards., SWAN Award., The School of Mathematical Sciences