Posts tagged with ‘science public lecture series’

Beyond animal use in human biomedical research

Dr Gerry Kenna, Director of FRAME, will speak on the topic of ‘Beyond animal use in human biomedical research’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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From Algae to Coral to Algae to Wherever Now!

Dr David Feary, School of Life Sciences, presents the lecture ‘From Algae to Coral to Algae to Wherever Now!’ Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Viewing the universe in light of gravitational lensing

James Nightingale, PhD student in the School of Physics and Astronomy, presents the lecture ‘Viewing the universe in light of gravitational lensing’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Photosynthesis: the engine of food production

Dr Erik Murchie, Associate Professor in the School of Biosciences, presents ‘Photosynthesis: the engine of food production’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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Protecting our marine environment

‘Protecting our marine environment’ is presented by Heidi Richardson, Nicola Edwards and Georgina Roberts. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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The dark side of the universe

Dr Clare Burrage, School of Physics and Astronomy, presents ‘The dark side of the universe’. Part of the Science Public Lecture Series.

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George Green’s contribution to MRI: how a Nottingham miller contributed to a Nobel Prize-winning invention

Professor Roger Bowley presents ‘George Green’s contribution to MRI: how a Nottingham miller contributed to a Nobel Prize-winning invention’.

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Chocolate: a mouthfeel sensation

As part of the Science Public Lecture Series, Dr Bettina Wolf presents ‘Chocolate: a mouthfeel sensation’.

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Feathers: a dinosaur vision for Wollaton

Following on an exhibition at Wollaton Park in summer 2014, Dr Wang Qi presents ‘Feathers: a dinosaur vision for Wollaton’. Part of the Science public lecture series.

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From Star Trek to medical imaging: the physics of MRI

Part of the Science public lecture series. Professor Penny Gowland discusses the physics of MRI, famously ‘predicted’ in Star Trek.

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