LES Lecture Series

College of Life and Environmental Sciences Lecture Series

Monthly Mondays September 2018 - April 2019 17.30 - 19.00

Back again by popular demand, this lecture series (run by the College of Life and Environmental Sciences will cover a wide range of topics that compliment your students’ current studies. The lectures are open to all, but are particularly suitable for students studying A level Biology, Geography, Psychology, Sport and Exercise. All lectures will be delivered by Academic staff who are experts in their field and are engaged in both research and teaching. The lectures are free of charge, but booking is required. 

To book places please complete our Online Booking Form https://leslectureseries.eventbrite.com

Lectures:

17th September 2018

Meet your inner Neanderthal - Professor Robin May

15th October 2018

Geo-engineering the climate: Lessons from the Soviet Union - Dr Jonathan Oldfield

12th November 2018

Supporting the wellbeing of children with developmental disorders: getting along with uncertainty - Dr Kate Woodcock

10th December 2018

Doping in Sport & Exercise: Should We Promote Keeping Clean or Staying Safe - Dr Ian Boardley

14th January 2019

Preventing heart attack by stopping the humble platelet - Dr Michael Tomlinson

11th February 2019

What Caused the Northern Hemisphere Glaciation? - Dr Stephen Jones

11th March 2019

“Sleep is of the brain, by the brain and for the brain” - Dr Andrew Bagshaw

29th April 2019

“It was like a door opening”: Lessons learnt from active ageing initiatives” - Dr Afroditi Stathi