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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Effect of Ginkgo Biloba Extract

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 […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

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 […]

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Share and Inspire Session: Enhancing Student Engagement via Research Inspired Teaching

Share and Inspire Session: Enhancing Student Engagement via Research Inspired Teaching Mike Wheeler 11th March 2020 12:15 – 14:15, EE G169 Research Inspired Teaching underpins much of the undergraduate experience in the School of Science and the Environment (SSE). It has many positive outcomes. It helps students feel that they belong to a learning community […]

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Academic Research Lectures School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices

School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

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 […]

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School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices

Share and Inspire Session: Enhancing Student Engagement via Research Inspired Teaching

Share and Inspire Session: Enhancing Student Engagement via Research Inspired Teaching Mike Wheeler 11th March 2020 12:15 – 14:15, EE G169 Research Inspired Teaching underpins much of the undergraduate experience in the School of Science and the Environment (SSE). It has many positive outcomes. It helps students feel that they belong to a learning community […]

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Academic Research Lectures School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices

School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

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 […]

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School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices

Share and Inspire Session: Enhancing Student Engagement via Research Inspired Teaching

Share and Inspire Session: Enhancing Student Engagement via Research Inspired Teaching Mike Wheeler 11th March 2020 12:15 – 14:15, EE G169 Research Inspired Teaching underpins much of the undergraduate experience in the School of Science and the Environment (SSE). It has many positive outcomes. It helps students feel that they belong to a learning community […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series: Fatty Acids in Health and Disease

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 […]

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Academic Research Lectures School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices

School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

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 […]

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Applications for Professorial Titles

Applications are invited for Professorial Titles, in line with the criteria set out in the Policy and Procedures on Professorial Titles, which can be accessed on the University Website under: https://www.worcester.ac.uk/registryservices/documents/Proceduresfortheappointmentofprofessors.pdf As detailed in the Procedures, colleagues considering applying for a Professorial Title should have an initial discussion with their Head of School, or line […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

Thursday October 17 1.15  EE2009 Delivering drugs to the lung: influence of humidity on particle size Professor Peter Seville (UW) Wednesday October 30 1.15  EE2009 A novel role for BCAT1 in Leukaemia development Dr. Steven Coles (UW) Thursday November 28 1.15  EE2009 Archaeology and mental well being: Landscape approaches Dr. Andrew Hoaen (UW) Thursday December 5 […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

Thursday April 11th 1.15  EE2021 Glorified Poohsticks: Drones for river flow measurements Sophie Pearce (Research Student)

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

Thursday March 28th 1.15  EE2021 Initiating a toxic discussion: the case of conservation agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa Albert Mvula (Research Student) Tuesday April 2nd 1.15  EEG164 Excavations at Street House, North East Yorkshire: From the County’s Earliest Neolithic Settlement to an Anglo-Saxon Princess in one Field Dr. Steve Sherlock (Lead Archaeologist, A14 project, Highways England) Thursday April […]

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School of Science and Environment Research Seminars

Thursday March 21 1.15  EE2021 A plant source of essential fats protects the brain but does not protect peripheral organs Dr Allain Bueno Thursday March 28 1.15  EE2021 Initiating a toxic discussion: the case of conservation agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa Albert Mvula (Research Student) Thursday April 11 1.15  EE2021 Glorified Poohsticks: Drones for river flow […]

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Guest presentation – research activities on the effects of climate change on river systems

Dr James White, a postdoctoral researcher at Swansea University is giving a guest presentation at the University of Worcester on Monday 11 February. Dr White will be discussing his research activities on the effects of climate change on river systems. Specifically, he’ll be discussing how to quantify aquatic ecosystem responses to river fragmentation and water […]

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Public Lecture – All Welcome: Tsunamis: A little knowledge is dangerous

Department of Geography and Archaeology School of Science and the Environment Public Lecture – ALL WELCOME: Tsunamis: A little knowledge is dangerous Prof James Goff (UNSW, Australia) Thursday 6 December, 6.15 – 7.15 pm EE G087 (Urwin Lecture Theatre) The modern era of tsunami research started in the late 1980s. Significant progress has been made […]

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School of Science and the Environment Research Seminar Series

Thursday November 29 1.15 EE2009 Do atmospheric events explain the arrival of an invasive species in the UK? Dr Kate Ashbrook, Senior Lecturer in Biology, UW ALL WELCOME

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ISE Research Seminar Series

Thursday April 26 1.15 EE1057 The Glorious Resolution! How ultra high resolution data is changing river science Rebecca Collins, PhD student/Sessional Lecturer, UW  

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ISE Research Seminar Series

Thursday April 19th 1.15 EE1057 Sharks and tourists: “I think we’re going to need a bigger boat” Dr. Nigel Hardiman, formerly UW Business School Thursday April 26th 1.15 EE1057 The Glorious Resolution! How ultra high resolution data is changing river science Rebecca Collins, PhD student/Sessional Lecturer, UW

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Cultural destruction film screening

Dr Jodie Lewis, Course leader in Archaeology & Heritage Studies ISE, has organised a special screening of the recent documentary film ‘The Destruction of Memory’. The film looks at the urgent issue of cultural destruction in countries including Syria and Iraq and the efforts made to halt this process. The film is c.90 minutes long […]

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ISE Research Seminar Series

Thursday April 12th 1.15  EE1057 Bird use of solar farms Rob Shotton, MRes student, UW Thursday April 19th 1.15  EE1057 Sharks and tourists: “I think we’re going to need a bigger boat” Dr. Nigel Hardiman, formerly UW Business School Thursday April 26th 1.15  EE1057 The Glorious Resolution! How ultra high resolution data is changing river science Rebecca Collins, […]

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ISE Research Seminar Series

Thursday March 8th 1.15 EE1057 Current trends in dressings, biomaterials and devices: focus on biosynthetic hydrogels for improved wound management Dr Claire Martin, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, UW Thursday March 15th 1.15  EE1057 Dancing with the ancestors: embodied experience of performing spirituality in the development of rural community tourism in Jamaica Dr Ernest Taylor, […]

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The Mammal Society’s Student Conference

The Mammal Society’s Student Conference 2018 at UW Submit a talk or poster by 3 March 2018! Call for abstracts The Student Conference is based around student presenters that give talks and showcase posters. Previously, we have had some unique and amazing talks and posters, and we encourage any students to showcase their work by […]

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ISE Research Seminar Series

Thursday March 8th 1.15 EE1057 Current trends in dressings, biomaterials and devices: focus on biosynthetic hydrogels for improved wound management Dr Claire Martin, Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, UW Thursday March 15th 1.15  EE1057 Dancing with the ancestors: embodied experience of performing spirituality in the development of rural community tourism in Jamaica Dr Ernest Taylor, […]

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ISE Research Seminar

Spatial confidence and independence for the visually impaired: A case study of blind football Dr Christine Corcoran (UW) Tuesday April 25 1.15 EE1057

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ISE Research Seminar

Investigating the role of BCAT1 in the development and treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukaemia James Hillier (UW) Tuesday March 28 1.15 EE1026 James will provide some insights from his on-going PhD research

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ISE Seminar Tuesday February 14th

ISE Research Seminar Investigating redox-dependent immune function in response exercise: applications to immunosuppression Dr. Alex Wadley (UW) Tuesday February 14th  1.15  EE1026  

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Share and Inspire – Employability, including skills development

‘SHARE AND INSPIRE’ Employability, including skills development Heather Barrett, Institute of Science & the Environment 7th December 2016 12:30 – 14:00 Room EE2033 Developing the employability of graduates has become an increasingly important part of the HE agenda. However what this entails in practice and how it is incorporated into non-vocational courses remains an area […]

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ISE Seminar

ISE Seminar Thursday December 8th 1.15 EE1026 Macroinvertebrate biodiversity and community ecology in freshwater Dr. Matthew Hill (UW)  

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Lovatt Lecture and ISE Seminar – November 17

ISE Seminar Using citizen science to monitor and conserve bumblebees Dr. Kate Ashbrook (UW) Thursday November 17th 1.15  EE1104 Lovatt Lecture Volunteering in Land Cover Mapping: the interface between citizen and remote sensing Professor Giles Foody (University of Nottingham) Thursday November 17th  EE G087 Urwin Theatre  6.00

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Archaeological training excavation

        Around 20 first year Archaeology & Heritage students participated in the annual University archaeological training excavation in July this year. The excavation took place high on the Mendip Hills of Somerset and students were involved in all aspects of fieldwork, including excavation, recording, geophysical and topographical survey. Excitingly, the project discovered a […]

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School of Science and the Environment Staff Notices The Infirmary Medical Museum

Natural Born Killers: The Immune Cell vs Cancer

Free talk at the Infirmary, City Campus By Dr Steve Coles, Institute of Science and the Environment 23rd June. 7pm In this free talk, Dr Steve Coles explores cancer cells’ evolution to resist natural killer cells, and how biomedical research aims to address this issue. Book your free place: http://www.bit.ly/TheInfirmaryTickets

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ISE Seminar

ISE Seminar High performance computing and its application in environmental science and biology Dr Carsten Skjøth (UW) Tuesday April 19th  1.15  EE1026

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ISE Seminar

The Functional Landscape Approach Project in Kankhulukulu catchment, Northern Malawi Dr. Rachael Carrie (Postdoctoral Researcher, UW)   Tuesday April 12th 1.15 EE1026

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Forthcoming ISE Seminars

Tuesday April 5th 1.15  EE1026 Unpicking a multi-period landscape: archaeological excavations in Priddy, Somerset Dr. Jodie Lewis (UW) Tuesday April 12th 1.15  EE1026 The Functional Landscape Approach Project in Kankhulukulu catchment, Northern Malawi Dr. Rachael Carrie (UW) Tuesday April 19th  1.15  EE1026 High performance computing and its application in environmental science and biology Dr Carsten […]