In this lecture, Sean May, School of Biosciences, will explore the evolution of genetic engineering technology. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.
Dr Erik Murchie, Associate Professor in the School of Biosciences, presents ‘Photosynthesis: the engine of food production’. Part of the 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.
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.
The University has been recognised for supporting women in science subjects.
Appears in Issue 69
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