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Wednesday 24th December 2014

Why do horses get colic?

Why do horses get colic?
Date
24/12/2014
Location:
A30, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Sutton Bonington
Description
Professor Sarah Freeman (School of Veterinary Medicine and Science) will explore the unique physiology and anatomy of the horse, looking at how and why things go wrong. Followed by Professor Jon Huxley's 'Cash cow or sacred cow? The milk production debate'
Thursday 8th January 2015

Responsible Research and Innovation: from nice words to meaningful action

Responsible Research and Innovation: from nice words to meaningful action
Date
08/01/2015
Location:
A01, Highfield House, University Park
Description
In this Making Science Public Lecture, Professor Richard Owen from the University of Exeter discusses 'Responsible Research and Innovation: from nice words to meaningful action'. Admission free, all welcome.
Wednesday 14th January 2015

Synthetic biology: engineering life for a better world

Synthetic biology: engineering life for a better world
Date
14/01/2015
Location:
Coates Road Auditorium, University Park
Description
In this Responsible Research and Innovation lecture, Professor Paul Martin from the University of Sheffield tackles 'Synthetic biology: engineering life for a better world'. Admission free, all welcome.
Thursday 15th January 2015

From Star Trek to medical imaging: the physics of MRI

From Star Trek to medical imaging: the physics of MRI
Date
15/01/2015
Location:
B1, Physics Building, University Park
Description
Part of the Science public lecture series. Professor Penny Gowland discusses the physics of MRI, famously 'predicted' in Star Trek.
Saturday 24th January 2015

Cash cow or sacred cow? The milk production debate

Cash cow or sacred cow? The milk production debate
Date
24/01/2015
Location:
A30, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, Sutton Bonington
Description
In this inaugural lecture, Professor John Huxley takes on the milk production debate. Following on directly from Professor Sarah Freeman's lecture 'Why do horses get colic?'
Thursday 5th February 2015

Human rights in times of economic crisis

Human rights in times of economic crisis
Date
05/02/2015
Location:
A02, Highfield House, University Park
Description
In this free inaugural lecture, Professor Aoife Nolan will discuss the status of human rights in times of economic crisis.
Thursday 19th February 2015

Feathers: a dinosaur vision for Wollaton

Feathers: a dinosaur vision for Wollaton
Date
19/02/2015
Location:
B1, Physics Building, University Park
Description
Following on an exhibition at Wollaton Park in summer 2014, Dr Wang Qi presents 'Feathers: a dinosaur vision for Wollaton'. Part of the Science public lecture series.
Wednesday 25th February 2015

South Africa: a country unhinged?

South Africa: a country unhinged?
Date
25/02/2015
Location:
B62, Law and Social Science Building, University Park
Description
Professor Bill Dixon from the School of Sociology and Social Policy presents 'South Africa: a country unhinged?' Admission free, all welcome, light refreshments available.
Thursday 19th March 2015

How bacteria can make jet fuel from greenhouse gases

How bacteria can make jet fuel from greenhouse gases
Date
19/03/2015
Location:
B1, Physics Building, University Park
Description
Part of the Science public lecture series. Florence Annan and the Clostridia Research Group explore the uses of greenhouse gases in making jet fuel.
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