From Romans to ‘Ring Rain’: Leicester’s Festival of Postgraduate Research returns

Posted by er134 at Jun 19, 2013 02:40 PM |
Cutting edge research on display at the University of Leicester on 27 June 2013

The Graduate School is hosting the ninth annual Festival of Postgraduate Research on Thursday 27 June 2013, where a range of the University’s postgraduate researchers will communicate their cutting edge work to academics, employers, and the general public.

The Festival opens at 11am in the Charles Wilson Building on the main campus.

Fifty of the University's best research students have been chosen to present their work at this year's Festival with presentations covering everything from the use of Roman military bases as social spaces, the search for novel biomarkers of heart failure, examining Saturn’s ‘raining rings’, to the political representation of animals.

Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend, so book your place online now.

To learn more about our Festival presenters, you can view the presenter profiles for follow the Graduate School's Facebook page.