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Nobel Prize winner Professor Al Roth visited the University of Birmingham to give a guest lecture.

Workshop: Re-imagining Clinical Legal Education

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30 March 2015Workshop: Re-imagining Clinical Legal Education

This one-day workshop brings together practitioners and academics to consider the future of clinical legal education.read more

Gods and Heroes
23 January-25 May 2015Gods and Heroes
Revolutionising Fashion
6 February-26 April 2015Revolutionising Fashion
New Art West Midlands
13 February-17 May 2015New Art West Midlands
Civic Science: Oliver Lodge and Birmingham

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3 February-18 May 2015Civic Science: Oliver Lodge and Birmingham

Exhibition from the Cadbury Research Library highlighting aspects of the career of the British physicist Oliver Lodge, during his time as Principal at the University of Birmingham (1900-1919). Including his influence on the development of the institution, as well as his scientific research and other interests.read more

Gods and Heroes
23 January-25 May 2015Gods and Heroes
New Art West Midlands
13 February-17 May 2015New Art West Midlands
From Red Ellen to Oswald Mosley
1 May-6 September 2015From Red Ellen to Oswald Mosley
The Modernist Face
5 June-27 September 2015The Modernist Face
Love, Life and Landscapes
12 June-13 September 2015Love, Life and Landscapes
The Barber - A Potted History
10-11 September 2015The Barber - A Potted History
BritGrav 15 public lecture: Gravitational waves—advances towards detection

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21 April 2015BritGrav 15 public lecture: Gravitational waves—advances towards detection

2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Einstein publishing his theory of general relativity. To celebrate this occasion, Professor Jim Hough will give a public talk on gravitational-wave astronomy. The talk is for a general audience with no physics or astronomy background. The lecture is free, but booking is required. Before and after the lecture, there will be refreshments, hands-on demonstrations and the chance to chat with our researchers.read more