Lancaster University researchers working at the coalface of scientific discovery are set to share their knowledge with the public this autumn in a free series of science and technology talks in Lancaster.
The seven talks cover the latest research at Lancaster, from the infinite possibilities opened up by new wonder material graphene and the future of cloud computing to the science which is helping keep food on our table and helping parents understand their toddlers.
The weekly lecture series, at the Lancaster’s Storey Institute, starts on Tuesday, October 22. Each talk will take place from 7-8pm at The Storey, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster. The talks are completely free, though you will need to book online. To book tickets, visit: www.lancaster.ac.uk/sci-tech/talks.
The lectures are:
October 22: Graphene: Small But Mighty, Dr Edward McCann
October 29: The Power of Tides: Generating Predictable Energy, Dr Stephen Quayle
November 5: The Power of Plants: Feeding the World Without Trashing the Planet, Prof Bill Davies
November 12: What’s the Matter with Antimatter?, Prof Roger Jones
November 19: The Power of Parents Knowing What Their Toddlers Can Do, Dr Katie Alcock
November 26: The Power of Plastics: Polymers Past, Present and Future, Dr Rachel Platel
December 3: The Power of the Cloud: Cloud Computing Supporting Big Science, Prof Gordon Blair