LECTURE PROGRAMME 2018 - 2019


2018

12 September: Applying Maths in Medical Imaging - assisting the diagnosis of liver cancers from ultrasound videos, by Dr Gordon Hunter, Kingston University

10 October: Measuring the Earth from Space - and being a woman in science, by Dr Emma Woolliams, National Physical Laboratory
(Preceded by the Annual General Meeting. Wine & nibbles after the talk.)

24 October: Climate Change - Science, Policy and Opinion, by David Warrilow, Royal Meteorological Society

28 November: Quantum Biology - from animal migration to future cell therapies, by Alex Jones, National Physical Laboratory

19 December: Scanning Probe Microscopy - measurements in the nanoscale, by Andrés Muñiz Piniella, C4AD Community Interest Company 
(Christmas meeting with wine and nibbles after the talk.)

 

2019

16 January:  NMR Spectroscopy - a 'miscellany of molecular microscopy', by Dr Paul Driscoll, The Francis Crick Institute

13 FebruaryThings we have measured at the NPL, by Fiona Auty, National Physical Laboratory

13 MarchWomen in Zoology, by Ann Sylph, Zoological Society of London

10 April: Forensic Science - DNA Evidence, by Dr Georgina Meakin MCFSF FHEA, University College, London

15 May: The Heart, Ancient and Modern, by Dr Rob Feneck, Consultant Anaesthetist







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