Back by popular demand, Biosciences will be running their Evening Biology Lecture Series again this year. There are refreshments from 5.30pm and lectures start at 6.00pm.
Lectures are as follows:
- Monday 6 October – ‘Using Seabirds to monitor the health of our Oceans’ – Dr Jim Reynolds
- Monday 13 October – ‘Seeing biology with Superman’s X-ray vision: understanding how Organisms work at the molecular level to cure Disease’ – Dr Klaus Fütterer
- Monday 17 November – ‘Using Chromosomes to ensure Food security’ – Dr Eugenio Sanchez-Moran
- Monday 26 January – ‘Can we see Evolution in real time using Bacterial models? – Dr Pete Lund
- Monday 9 February – ‘Bacterial Intelligence: an introduction to our Invisible neighbours’ – Prof. Steve Busby
- Monday 16 March – ‘The Human Zoo: the battle between Hosts and Pathogens’ – Prof. Robin May
Who are they for? – These lectures are particularly suitable for students studying or planning to study A Level Biology, but are open to anyone with an interest in Biology. If you have links with schools or know family and friends who might be interested in attending please feel free to pass on my name and the attached flier which contains more information about the lectures.
Booking – The lectures are all free of charge, but booking is required. The online Booking Form can be found here: www.birmingham.ac.uk/Bio-Outreach
See the poster – 2014-15 Evening Biology Lectures Poster (please forward on to anyone you think might be interested)