This month’s events

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  1. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Dr Josh Makepeace (University of Birmingham)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Dr Josh Makepeace (University of Birmingham)

    Chemical and Electrochemical Energy Storage Facilitated by Lithium Imide

    This event is open to final year undergraduate project students, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academic staff. Effective energy storage is one of...

  2. Interdisciplinary Encounters: Challenge-led Assessment

    Interdisciplinary Encounters: Challenge-led Assessment

    We're delighted to launch a new series of interdisciplinary events, Interdisciplinary Encounters. The first event is a lunchtime Teams roundtable on...

  3. Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Frances Bickerstaff -- Timber, sheep and salmon: the monastic economy of south-west Scotland c. 1160-1230; Michael Fraser -- Scots and Huguenots in...

  4. CHANGED DATE: Dr Yvonne Skipper (Glasgow): Interventions to help young people spot misinformation

    CHANGED DATE: Dr Yvonne Skipper (Glasgow): Interventions to help young people spot misinformation

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Dr Yvonne Skipper (Glasgow): "But wait that's not real. Co-creating interventions to help young people spot online misinformation", hosted by...

  5. Senses and disability: exploring sensory experience and disability in and beyond the Ancient World

    Senses and disability: exploring sensory experience and disability in and beyond the Ancient World

    Further information and registration details can be found via the link below. Please contact [email protected] if you have additional...

  6. Constructing Other Worlds: A practical workshop on Animation and Ethnography

    Constructing Other Worlds: A practical workshop on Animation and Ethnography

    How can thinking like an animator inform anthropological research?

    The workshop is open to all students of Anthropology (UG, PGT AND PGR) (15 seats). Department of Social anthropology brings to you a one of its kind hands-on...