Research

Inaugural lectures

See below for upcoming events.

What Would Douglas Do? Lessons from Early Scottish Humanists

What Would Douglas Do? Lessons from Early Scottish Humanists

Date
18th November 2019
Description
Professor Nicola Royan explores Gavin Douglas and Hector Boece's efforts in promoting humanism in sixteenth century Scotland.
The Tao of Types

The Tao of Types

Date
20th November 2019
Description
In his inaugural lecture, Professor Thorsten Altenkirch will give an overview of the evolving field of Type Theory.
The global climate crisis: defining the issue and identifying solutions

The global climate crisis: defining the issue and identifying solutions

Date
21st November 2019
Description
Professor Simon Gosling explores the factors that have contributed to the global climate crisis and discusses potential solutions, actionable at individual, government and technological levels.
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Previous lectures

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Peer support in the digital era

Peer support in the digital era

Date
Friday 10th May 2019
Dyeing for sustainable energy

Dyeing for sustainable energy

Date
Wednesday 10th April 2019
From Guts to Bones and Back Again

From Guts to Bones and Back Again

Date
Wednesday 6th March 2019
From Elephant Poo to National Governance

From Elephant Poo to National Governance

Date
Wednesday 20th February 2019
Chemistry: suck it and see!

Chemistry: suck it and see!

Date
Wednesday 13th February 2019
Genome stability in the third domain

Genome stability in the third domain

Date
Wednesday 30th January 2019
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