Research Seminar Series Archive

Details of the talks we ran within our Research Seminar Series are below.

“Solving a 150 year-old Bio-geographical Puzzle: The Origin of the Lusitanian Flora”

Dr Jim Provan from the University of Aberystwyth.

Monday 30th October 2018
Lecture: 1-2pm in Creative Edge (CE.017)

All invited to attend.


“Fanconi Anaemia: Lessons We Can Learn From a Rare Genetic Disease”

Dr Nigel Jones from the University of Liverpool.

Monday 20th November 2018
Lecture: 1-2pm in Creative Edge (CE.017)

All invited to attend.


“Plant-atmosphere Interactions Provide Insights into Darwin’s “Abominable Mystery”

Dr Charilaos Yiotis from the University College Dublin.

Monday 4th December 2018
Lecture: 1-2pm in Creative Edge (CE.017)

All invited to attend.


Ancient recipe that could be a modern cure to MRSA

Steve Diggle, Nottingham University
Monday 22nd October 2016
1pm-2pm
M40, Main Building


Developing treatments for pregnancy diseases

Mark Dilworth, University of Manchester
  Monday 21st November 2016
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building


The obesity epidemic – qualitative research within the NHS

Kara Zamen, NHS
  Monday 28th November 2016
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building


Congenital skin disorders

Hans Hennies, Huddersfield University
  Monday 12th December 2016
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building


Biological Control

Chris Williams, Liverpool John Moores University
    Monday 30th January 2016
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building


Extremophiles

Terry McGenity, University of Essex
  Monday 6th February 2016
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building


Entomophagy- Insects as a new food!

Peter Smithers, Plymouth University
  Monday 13th February 2017
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building


 

Human Evolution and Genetics

Sandra Beleza, University of Leicester
  Monday 27th March 2017
  1pm-2pm
  M40, Main Building