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Celebrating Top Maths Honour

Celebrating the Fields Medal awarded to Nottingham's former PhD student Caucher Birkar – the medal is the highest honour in mathematics and the first such medal awarded to a UK mathematician in the last 20 years.

FOSAC review

Science was bringing smiles to the faces of people in Nottingham this weekend as the Festival of Science and Curiosity hit the streets, shopping centres and libraries.

Chemistry student to present at the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Expo

Peter Walton, a chemistry student who is currently on placement with Optibrium, has been invited to present his work at the American Chemical Society National Meeting and Expo in Orlando, Florida.
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Upcoming events

Industrial and Applied Mathematics Seminar and Wave Chaos Seminar: Dr Euan Spence

30/10/2019 (15:00-16:00)
Mathematical Sciences Building A17
Joint Industrial and Applied Maths and Wave Chaos seminar by Dr Euan Spence from Bath.

Colloquium: Sir Bernard Silverman

06/11/2019 (15:00-16:30)
Keighton Auditorium

Halfway to the Future 2019

19 (00:00) - 20/11/2019 (00:00)
Albert Hall Conference Centre (Nottingham)
The Halfway to the Future 2019 (HttF) symposium is being organised by a team of School of Computer Science staff from the Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham. We have a set of confirmed, internationally influential keynote speakers organised across 6 panels, spanning disciplines of human-computer interaction, anthropology, design, collaborative computing, artificial intelligence, and ubiquitous computing. Each panel will also be open to submissions of two different paper types. The themes of the panels are: Ubiquitous Computing; Mixed Reality; Artificial Intelligence, Humans and Machines; Arts and Design-Led Approaches; Public and Private Spaces; and New Approaches to Research and Design.

NMR and Mass Spectrometry in Food & Nutrition Research How can I use these technologies in my work?

20/11/2019 (13:30-16:45)
A33 Food Science Building
A cross Faculty of Science event open to all postgrads, postdocs and academics in all subject areas wanting to find out how to apply NMR and Mass Spectrometry technologies to their research

Workshop on Flow-Induced Crystallisation in Polymers

20 (10:30) - 22/01/2020 (17:00)
Leeds and Bradford, United Kingdom
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