Summer Term 2017

  • 9 May 2017: Professor Pablo Cortes, School of Law 'Civil justice reform and the changing nature of dispute resolution'
  • 16 May 2017: Professor Alex Clark, Department of Mathematics 'When shape matters: from topology to tilings'
  • 23 May 2017: Professor Emmanuil Georgoulis, Department of Mathematics 'Simulating our world: rigorous mathematics towards smart computational modelling from cell biology to geophysics'
  • 30 May 2017: Professor Kevin Tansey, Department of Geography 'Earth’s Big Brother: using satellite data to monitor our planet'
  • 6 June 2017: Professor Jan Zalasiewicz, Department of Geology 'An Anthropocene pebble: time-capsule for the far future'
  • 13 June 2017: Professor Peter Jaffey, School of Law 'The legal nature of the trust'
    Plus: Professor Penelope Allison, School of Archaeology and Ancient History 'From Maori ovens to the Roman table'
  • 20 June 2017: Professor Stephen Garrett, Department of Engineering 'Fluids mechanics: complexity at all scales'
    Plus: Professor John Bridges, Department of Physics and Astronomy 'Exploring Mars'
  • 22 June 2017: Professor Christine Pullar, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology 'Old dogs for new tricks-The use of salbutamol to regenerate skin, reducing skin wound fibrosis/scars' Please note that this lecture takes place at 12.00pm in the Henry Wellcome Building.

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Time and place

Please check the start time of any lecture you want to attend: some start at 5.30pm, others start at 6.00pm.

Please also check the location: some are in the Ken Edwards Building, others are in the Centre for Medicine.

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