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Simplifying assumptions: one-day workshop

Simplifying assumptions: one-day workshop
Date
07/05/2014
Location:
School of Biosciences - University of Birmingham
Description
This workshop is aimed at researchers from disciplines as diverse as computational psychology, climate modelling, philosophy of science, and many more.
Categories:
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Life and Environmental Sciences
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Spiked drink theory sheds new light on Alexander the Great's death
Spiked drink theory sheds new light on Alexander the Great's death
Description
The mystery of the death of Alexander the Great, shrouded in intrigue, may have finally been solved, thanks to a team of academics, including a University of Birmingham toxicologist.
Date:
23/01/2014
Head of School becomes Chairman of Biochemical Society
Head of School becomes Chairman of Biochemical Society
Description
Professor Steve Busby, Head of School of Biosciences, became Chairman of Biochemical Society on 1st January. The Biochemical Society is the UK's largest and oldest member organisation that promotes molecular biosciences worldwide.
Date:
17/01/2014
Success in University Enterprise Competition
Success in University Enterprise Competition
Description
Congratulations to Biosciences undergraduate Richard Daniels for his success as a finalist in the University's annual Plan-B innovation competition, coming first in the "Improving the Campus Experience" category, and second in the overall competition. His entry was based on a project called "Student Calculator" which is an accessible, user friendly app and website that allows students to follow their progress.
Date:
17/01/2014
Living time capsule shows the human mark on evolution
Living time capsule shows the human mark on evolution
Description
In a News York Times article entitled "A living time capsule shows the human mark on evolution", Dr Luisa Orsini of the School of Bisociences describes how the hatching of 700 year old eggs of the water flea Daphnia presents a biological archive enabling researchers to go back in time.
Date:
09/01/2014
Royal Society case study features Dr Juliet Coates
Royal Society case study features Dr Juliet Coates
Description
Dr Juliet Coates, lecturer in Plant Molecular Genetics in the School of Biosciences, has been featured on the Royal Society website in a case study about her research into plant development and evolution.
Date:
17/12/2013
Honorary Reader wins Lloyd's Science of Risk Prize
Honorary Reader wins Lloyd's Science of Risk Prize
Description
Dr Rosemary Waring, Honorary reader at the School of Biosciences, along with her team have won the Lloyds Science of Risk prize for the section on 'technological and biological risk'.
Date:
03/12/2013
International team of researchers promotes microbial Individual-Based Ecology (µIBE)
International team of researchers promotes microbial Individual-Based Ecology (µIBE)
Description
In a recent opinion paper in PNAS, Kreft et al. argue that technological advances allowing observation and experimentation on the level of single bacterial cells are generating a flood of new data.
Date:
02/12/2013
Faces of Plant Cell Biology: Dr Juliet Coates
Faces of Plant Cell Biology: Dr Juliet Coates
Description
Dr Juliet Coates from the School of Biosciences talks to Plant Cell Biology about her research on various 'green things', her career path and what advice she would give to students.
Date:
28/11/2013
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