The School of Science and the Environment runs a seminar programme throughout the semester. These sessions are open to anyone who is interested across the University.
They are timetabled for an hour and the usual format is a talk of 40 minutes or so with some time for questions afterwards.
The seminar programme is as follows:
Thursday February 13th 1.15 EE2021
Biodiversity Net Gain: The Nature of Development in the future
Mike Webb (SLR Consulting)
Fatty acids in health and disease: 3 Seminars
Tuesday March 10th 1.15 EE2021
The change in fat composition at menopause and the effects of HRT
Dr. Allain Bueno (UW)
Tuesday March 17th 1.15 EE2021
Effect of Ginkgo biloba extract on adipose tissue lipid profiles in obese rats fed a lard-rich diet
Ellen Joyce (UW)
Tuesday March 24th 1.15 EE1104
Relationship between social media exposure, nutritional status and buccal cell fatty acid profile in school children
Samantha Paskin (UW)
Thursday March 26thth 1.15 EE2009
Natural Flood Management: an ecosystem service or potential disservice?
Dr. Megan Klaar (University of Leeds)
Tuesday April 21st 1.15 EE2021
Game of Drones 2: Using UAVs for monitoring earth, wind water and fire snow
Prof. Ian Maddock and Josie Lynch (UW)