This lecture will explore philosophical analyses of the nature of trust and their relevance to both wider society and work in other disciplines.
In this lecture, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences, Geertje van der Heijden will explore the functioning of the carbon cycle and indicate its importance in mitigating some of the effects of human-induced increases in atmospheric CO2 concentrations.
Join Dr Ruman Rahman, Assistant Professor at UoN’s Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre for this free lecture.
Our starting point in this lecture is the theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 ‘Standing together’.
This is an interactive session discussing a selection performance conversations and different approaches to use.
The next event in our “Vice-Chancellor’s Lecture Series” will be delivered by distinguished author, Bill Bryson OBE. In his newest book, The Body: A guide for occupants, Bryson sets off to explore the human body, how it functions and its remarkable ability to heal itself.
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In the aftermath of the Conservatives’ decisive election victory Paul Johnson will look at some of the challenges the new government will face.
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This speech, which should be accessible to non-economists, sets out some first thoughts on the effect of intangibles on long-run interest rates and the short-run monetary transmission mechanism.