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Wednesday 4th March 2015

Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight
Date
23/02/2015 - 08/03/2015
Location:
Various; see below
Description
Did you know that The University of Nottingham is a Fairtrade university? Join in a range of events running through Fairtrade Fortnight.

The Prediction Machine at Nottingham Contemporary

The Prediction Machine at Nottingham Contemporary
Date
03 - 15/03/2015
Location:
Nottingham, Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross
Description
'The Prediction Machine', a piece of artwork created by Dr Rachel Jacobs, will be exhibited at Nottingham Contemporary. The machine has been developed in parallel to the MRL and Horizon Institute's 'Performing Data Platform' research project, which will power it alongside a weather station fitted on the roof of the Computer Science building.

Enslaved wetnurses in the antebellum United States

Enslaved wetnurses in the antebellum United States
Date
04/03/2015
Location:
A01, Highfield House, University Park
Description
The Department of American and Canadian Studies (ACS) present their Women's History Month Lecture. Emily West, University of Reading, will be in conversation with Rachel Williams, PhD student (ACS), to discuss 'Enslaved wetnurses in the antebellum United States'.

Zombie genomics: or the didactic dead

Zombie genomics: or the didactic dead
Date
04/03/2015
Location:
B13, Physics Building, University Park
Description
Sean May, School of Biosciences, gives a lecture discussing 'Zombie genomics: or the didactic dead'. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series. Art by Kilian Eng and Grey Matter Art.
Thursday 5th March 2015

Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight
Date
23/02/2015 - 08/03/2015
Location:
Various; see below
Description
Did you know that The University of Nottingham is a Fairtrade university? Join in a range of events running through Fairtrade Fortnight.

The Prediction Machine at Nottingham Contemporary

The Prediction Machine at Nottingham Contemporary
Date
03 - 15/03/2015
Location:
Nottingham, Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross
Description
'The Prediction Machine', a piece of artwork created by Dr Rachel Jacobs, will be exhibited at Nottingham Contemporary. The machine has been developed in parallel to the MRL and Horizon Institute's 'Performing Data Platform' research project, which will power it alongside a weather station fitted on the roof of the Computer Science building.
Friday 6th March 2015

Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight
Date
23/02/2015 - 08/03/2015
Location:
Various; see below
Description
Did you know that The University of Nottingham is a Fairtrade university? Join in a range of events running through Fairtrade Fortnight.

The Prediction Machine at Nottingham Contemporary

The Prediction Machine at Nottingham Contemporary
Date
03 - 15/03/2015
Location:
Nottingham, Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross
Description
'The Prediction Machine', a piece of artwork created by Dr Rachel Jacobs, will be exhibited at Nottingham Contemporary. The machine has been developed in parallel to the MRL and Horizon Institute's 'Performing Data Platform' research project, which will power it alongside a weather station fitted on the roof of the Computer Science building.

Third symposium on primary breast cancer in older women

Third symposium on primary breast cancer in older women
Date
06/03/2015
Location:
East Midlands Conference Centre, University Park
Description
With an overall aim to personalise the management of primary breast cancer in older women, this event seeks to develop an in-depth understanding around biology and treatment options and more.

International Mother Language Day 2015

International Mother Language Day 2015
Date
06/03/2015
Location:
Atrium, Portland Building, University Park
Description
This celebratory event recognises the importance of language in maintaining cultural heritage and in creating an awareness of linguistic diversity. Visitors can drop by during the day to get a taste of the activities on offer and learn more about the different languages spoken by staff, students and alumni of the University.
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