The University of Nottingham is delighted to host the Society for Reproduction and Fertility as part of the Sex in Three Cities Public Lecture series, with Professor Richard Sharpe, University of Edinburgh, presenting ‘Programmed for sex’.
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.
In this Society for Reproduction and Fertility lecture, Professor Graeme Martin, University of Western Australia, will discuss ‘The three Ps of reproduction: pheromones, photons and phood’.
INSPIRE Nottingham (Academic Medicine Society) presents the final talk in their year-long lecture series, as Professor Robert Winston discusses ‘Manipulating human life’.