In this lecture, we’ll look at how mathematical models and computer simulations of the heart can help us understand how it works, and how they are being used to predict how new medicines will affect the heart.
This event, the next in our series of science public lectures will discuss cardiovascular disease and the research being done in this area.
3D bioprinting has emerged as a new tool for fabricating functional replacement tissues and ultimately organs.
Join us for a lecture on Darwin’s oncology legacy, given by Dr. Ruman Rahman, Assistant Professor, Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre at the University of Nottingham.
Come along to this science public lecture with speakers Dr Mandy Roshier, Assistant Professor, Veterinary Medicine and Science, and Dr Steve North, Research Fellow, Computer Science.
Join the School of Chemistry and School of Physics and Astronomy in association with the British Science Association for a Science Public Lecture with Dr Jennifer Martin and Dr Michael Craven.
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.