Past events

03
Sep
2020

Associate Professor Jane Allison - "Peppy: A virtual reality environment for exploring the principles of polypeptide structure" »

12pm 3 September 2020

Science students are traditionally taught protein structure and function through textbook pictures and/or physical model building.

28
Aug
2020

Wear it Purple Day 2020 »

9am 28 August 2020

Wear it Purple Day is Friday the 28th of August, 2020. Wear it Purple Day is about showing LGBTIQ+ young people that they have the right to be proud of who they are.

27
Aug
2020

Dr Simone Ciampi - Electrochemistry in 2D: new instruments for redox microscopy »

12pm 27 August 2020

Monitoring or manipulating electrochemical reactions in 2D ‒ a central theme from analytical chemistry to cell biology ‒ is generally achieved using scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM).

21
Aug
2020

Conversations across the Creek: Microbes and Masses »

1pm 21 August 2020

There is no escape. Microbes are among the masses: too small to see but dangerous on a global scale. A killer coronavirus has been given the suffix ‘19’, to date the novelty and year of its outbreak.

20
Aug
2020

Dr Guohua Jia - Cadmium-Free Colloidal Semiconductor Nanocrystals: From Fundamental Science to Applications »

12pm 20 August 2020

Semiconductor nanocrystals manifest fascinating size, shape and composition dependent optical and electronic properties.

13
Aug
2020

Caitlin McQueen - The Saving Oseberg Project – Chemistry for the salvation of Viking Age wooden artefacts »

12pm 13 August 2020

The Oseberg find, under the care of the Museum of Cultural History (KHM) and on display at the Viking ship Museum in Oslo, is one of the most comprehensive collections of wooden Viking Age objects in the world. It is an irreplaceable part of Norwegian as well as world cultural heritage.

06
Aug
2020

Professor Qin Li - N-Doped Nanocarbons: Synthesis, Properties and Applications »

12pm 6 August 2020

ABSTRACT Nano-carbons, including carbon nanotubes, graphene and carbon quantum dots, are offering not only the most conductive material in the world, but also the potential successor to conventional semiconducting material and new materials with extraordinary optical and catalytic properties that were not conceived

28
Jul
2020

RSC HDR Seminar - Prof. Penelope Brothers »

11am 28 July 2020

Prof. Penelope Brothers Discusses Community Outreach

21
Jul
2020

RSC HDR Seminar - Prof. Mick Sherburn »

9am 21 July 2020

Prof. Mick Sherburn discusses the skill of scientific writting

14
Jul
2020

RSC HDR Seminar - Dr. Lara Malins »

11am 14 July 2020

Dr. Lara Malins discusses tips and tricks to Presentations & Posters

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