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.
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Appears in Issue 81
Tags: Catherine Johnson, Doctor Who, Kate Stewart, Keith Bound, Lynn Fotheringham, Mathieu Donner, Nathan Waddell, Popular Culture Lecture Series, School of Biosciences, School of Cultures Language and Area Studies, School of English, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Sean May, Stephen Hodkinson, Susannah Lydon, Timo Schrader
Sean May, School of Biosciences, gives a lecture discussing ‘Zombie genomics: or the didactic dead’. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series. Art by Kilian Eng and Grey Matter Art.
Susannah Lydon, School of Biosciences, discusses ‘Travels in deep time: evolution and extinction in classic Doctor Who’. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.
Student research is the ultimate heuristic tool, but supervising projects is tricky. Research is uncertain and demands on staff time are huge, yet the student needs a good degree and the supervisor wants a successful career. Can this conundrum be resolved?
Internationally renowned expert on starches, Professor Sandra Hill, will be delivering her final starch lectures before she leaves the University of Nottingham after 26.2 years. Join Sandra for the final lap and enjoy 26.2 years of expertise in one marathon day.