Posts tagged with ‘science public lecture series’

3D bioprinting: a new tool for making replacement tissues and in vitro models

3D bioprinting has emerged as a new tool for fabricating functional replacement tissues and ultimately organs.

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Things that go bang in the night (sky)

The School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy, in association with the British Science Association, present this public lecture. Julian Onions will speak on the topic of ‘Things that go bang in the night (sky).

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Thinking outside the (pill) box: alternative drug delivery strategies

Presented by the School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy in association with the British Science Association. Claire Sycamore will speak on the topic of ‘Thinking the (pill) box: alternative drug delivery strategies’.

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Breast cancer – a researcher’s perspective

The School of Chemistry and the School of Physics and Astronomy present ‘Breast cancer – a researcher’s perspective’. Professor Stewart Martin, Professor of Cancer and Radiation Biology, will talk.

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Open-air laboratories: collecting data on our doorstep

The School of Chemistry and School of Physics and Astronomy in association with the British Science Association presents ‘Open-air laboratories: collecting data on our doorstep’ with Dr Sam Pierce.

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Gravitational waves 2: the Universe’s symphony

Dr Helvi Witek, School of Mathematical Sciences, will deliver the lecture ‘Gravitational waves 2: the Universe’s symphony’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Gravitational waves 1: from Newton’s law to black holes and spacetime ripples

Dr Thoma Sotiriou, School of Mathematical Sciences and School of Physics and Astronomy, will speak on the topic of ‘Gravitational waves: from Newton’s law to black holes and spacetime ripples’.

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Why everyone should ‘Ask for Evidence’

In this Science Public Lecture, Dr Imogen Richens, Ask for Evidence Ambassador, discusses the campaign which encourages people to request evidence for claims they come across. Ask for Evidence aims to help you find out whether a product claim, policy statement, newspaper article or advert is backed by scientific evidence.

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The past and future role of organic synthesis in drug discovery

In this Science Public Lecture, Dr David Lathbury, Astute Chemical Development Consultancy, will discuss ‘The past and future role of organic synthesis in drug discovery’.

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