School of Biological Sciences


  • Speaking Out 2018 Event as iCalendar
    19 March 2018, 6 - 8pm
    Speaking Out is a wonderful opportunity for LGBTI students to meet role models and hear their stories, and is a collaborative project between all eight Faculties within the University. This free event, open to all students and staff, is a panel discussion with four prominent members of the LGBTI community, who will talk about their lives, their chosen careers and any challenges they have faced along the way. Book your seat now!
  • Membrane proteins – the lipid connection Event as iCalendar
    19 March 2018, 1 - 2pm
    In this lecture Professor Dame Robinson will provide an overview of recent advances in mass spectrometry, with a particular focus on the distinction of the various modes of lipid binding, their implications for structure and function, as well as new directions that lie ahead.
  • What's really inside your medicine cabinet? Event as iCalendar
    20 March 2018, 6 - 7pm
    Ever wondered how we go from the chemicals in a laboratory to the medicines in your home? Are these drugs discovered by accident or does research inform intelligent design? Join Dame Carol Robinson at this special event and find out more.
  • Ihaka lectures 2018: Visual trumpery: How charts lie — and how they make us smarter (Science Event Tags, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, Department of Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics) Event as iCalendar
    21 March 2018
    In the last of the 2018 Ihaka lecture series, Alberto Cairo (Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the University of Miami) will be teaching attendees to become more critical and better informed readers of charts. This lecture is accessible for all audiences.

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