Events, seminars and conferences
We run an exciting schedule of events, seminars and conferences throughout the year.
Research seminar series
Throughout the year we hold a research seminar series featuring guest experts from other institutions, as well as new researchers in our School, to discuss their work.
Spring term 2023
12th January 2023 - "Natural Hazards - Emergency Response in a Changing Climate" - Guy Cooper, Environment Agency.
19th January 2023 - "Things that go bump in the night: Understanding the role of nocturnal conductance in response to climate change" - Dr Lorna McAusland, University of Nottingham. (Please note that the venue for this seminar has changed to LTB2.)
26th January 2023 - "Rewilding the Sea" - Charles Clover, Blue Marine Foundation.
2nd February 2023 - "Expanding the biocatalytic toolbox" - Dr Patricia Rodriguez Macia, University of Oxford. (Please note that this event has been moved from 10th November 2022.)
9th March 2023 - "How Stories and Sagas Create Agency for the Climate and Biodiversity Crises" - Professor Jules Pretty, University of Essex. (Please note that this event has moved to 9th March from it's original date in February).
23rd March 2023 - "The human gut microbiome explored at single nucleotide resolution" - Dr Falk Hildebrand, Quadram Institute Bioscience & Earlham Institute.
20th April 2023 - "Philosophical Aspects of Theory, Observation, Evidence & Knowledge in Scientific Research" - Dr Matthew Rowe, Imperial College London.
27th April 2023 - "Radical Marine Spatial Planning" - Dr Glen Smith, Middlesex University.
Summer term 2023
18th May 2023 - "Measuring mycobacterial bioenergetic systems within living bacteria as they power growth and respond to antibiotics" - Dr Jamie Blaza, University of York.
1st June 2023 - "The making of a biological solar cell: Genetic approaches to understand the beauty and complexity of chloroplast biogenesis" - Dr Enrique López-Juez, Royal Holloway. (Please note that this event has moved to 1st June from it's original date in March).
15th June 2023 - "Lessons on water use from natural populations for improving crop sustainability" - Dr John Ferguson, University of Essex. (Please note that this event has moved to 15th June from it's original date in February).
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