Inaugural lecture by Professor Mary Sewell: From the plankton to the benthos Event as iCalendar

(Biological Sciences, Biodiversity and Biosecurity, Coastal and Marine Science, Marine Science)

13 June 2017

5:30pm

Venue: OGGB3 Lecture Theatre

Location: Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, City Campus

Cost: Free - all welcome

Professor Mary Sewell
Professor Mary Sewell

From the plankton to the benthos: Adventures as a larval biologist

Professor Mary Sewell's research programme focuses on how organisms achieve successful reproduction in different environments.

In this talk she will discuss how external factors, such as temperature and anthropogenic climate change, affect reproduction and development; insights revealed by studying species from the temperate waters of New Zealand, to Antarctica and the deep sea.

Refreshments will the lecture in the adjacent foyer. Please join us in celebrating Mary's professorship.