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The listing below shows all events taking place across the University. You may also browse our main events.

There are 10 events taking place today
Thursday 26th April 2018

Tradition of Critique III lecture series

Date
16/01/2018 - 01/05/2018
Location:
B62, Law and Social Sciences Building University Park

Digital Research Week

Digital Research Week
Date
23 - 27/04/2018
Location:
Various locations
Description
This April, Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange is hosting a week-long series of events to promote digital research.

Seminar: "The lived experiences of growing older with Cerebral Palsy: Implications for health and healthcare"

Date
26/04/2018
Location:
Floor C, Nottingham, QMC, Seminar Room C1070, South Block
Description
Speaker: Dr Sonali Shah

Effective Leadership Communication - 26th April 2018

Date
26/04/2018
Location:
Crowne Plaza Nottingham

Build Revolution

Build Revolution
Date
26/04/2018
Location:
Nottingham Conference Centre

Build Revolution

Build Revolution
Date
26/04/2018
Location:
Nottingham Conference Centre

Build:Revolution East Midlands

Build:Revolution East Midlands
Date
26/04/2018
Location:
Burton Street, NG1 4BU, Nottingham, Nottingham Conference Centre
Description
Build Revolution aims to answer key questions facing the construction industry and supply chain.

Seminar :Quantitative MRI: the structure and function of the placenta

Date
26/04/2018
Location:
SPMIC UP Seminar Room
Description
Simon Shah, SPMIC-UP. University of Nottingham

Granger Centre Seminar - Katsuto Tanaka (Gakushuin University, Tokyo)

Date
26/04/2018
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Cross-sectional effects of common and heterogeneous regressors on asymptotic properties of panel unit root tests (C43, SCBG)

Feast or famine: 25 years of research in crop science

Feast or famine: 25 years of research in crop science
Date
26/04/2018
Location:
A33, Food Sciences Lecture Theatre, Sutton Bonington
Description
Inaugural lecture by Professor Debbie Sparkes, Professor of Agronomy, School of Biosciences.
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