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Past Events

Professor Polly Arnold: A Chemical Imbalance

Professor Polly Arnold

A Chemical Imbalance - an easier problem to solve for nuclear waste than for women in STEM? Polly holds the Crum Brown Chair of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh. She took her degrees at…

  • last Wednesday
  • Nihon Room

Everything from nothing: how our universe was made

Professor Carlos Frenk

Cosmology confronts some of the most fundamental questions in science. How and when did our universe begin? What is it made of? How did galaxies and other structures form? There has been enormous…

  • 1 week 6 days ago
  • Nihon Room

Applying Biochemistry to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Children with Rare Inherited Neurological Diseases

Professor Simon Heales

Simon is the Head of Clinical Service for Laboratory Medicine at Great Ormond Street Hospital. He is also the Director of the Neurometabolic Unit at the National Hospital, Queen Square and holds the…

  • 2 weeks 6 days ago
  • Nihon Room

Tapestries to Therapies: Natural Products in the Modern World

Dr Alison Hulme

Natural Products come in all shapes and sizes; giving flavour and fragrance to our everyday life, colouring the past and protecting our future health and welfare. I will give a snapshot of how…

  • 3 weeks 6 days ago
  • Nihon Room

Who cares about the history of science? The case of Voltaic batteries.

Professor Hasok Chang

It may seem that the history of science is irrelevant to the work of today’s practising scientists, but the benefits of history can go well beyond antiquarian curiosiy and ‘human interest’ stories. A caref…

  • last month
  • Nihon Room

Stokes Christmas Formal

  • 3 months 6 days ago
  • Pembroke College