Join us for a Public Lecture or Research Seminar
Fri, 04 Oct 2013 09:05:00 BST
The popular School of Applied Sciences Public Lecture Series returns for its eighth year with a programme of six talks from Huddersfield lecturers and researchers on topics covering a broad mix of chemistry, biology, forensics and pharmaceutics. The lectures are aimed at a general audience and will be of particular interest to teachers and students, as well as members of the community with a more general interest in scientific topics.
Dr Karl Hemming will give the first Public Lecture
The lectures are held in the Canalside West lecture theatre on Wednesday evenings on a monthly basis throughout the year, starting on the 16th October with a lecture by Dr Karl Hemming entitled “Nature’s Medicine Cabinet”.
The full programme is available on the Public lecture series website.
In addition to the evening lectures, our programme of Research Seminars takes place through the year on Wednesday afternoons. The programme sees talks from research staff and PhD students from the School of Applied Sciences and invited speakers from other universities and industry who will be sharing their recent research. The programme also includes lectures hosted by the University on behalf of the local branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The Research Seminars are open to all, but please be aware that the seminars are intended for a more specialised audience than the public lectures, so a certain level of scientific knowledge and understanding is assumed.
The full programme is available on the Research seminars website.