The University of Greenwich, Faculty of Engineering and Science Public Lectures for the forthcoming academic session have been announced and have been rebranded ‘Great Talks at Medway’.
This forthcoming series has six lectures and these are all detailed in What’s On section of the Trust’s website.
- The Beast from the East & the 2018 Heatwave: is this a sign of things to come? – 17th October 2018
- Just How Human Are We? The relationship between our bodies, our gut bacteria, health and disease – 14th November 2018
- Science & engineering of Cheese Making – 12th December 2018
- Food, Feed & Pharmaceuticals – from salt water, CO2 and sunlight – 16th January 2019
- “Better Together” building teams and making them work – 13th February 2019
- The latest breakthroughs in cancer research – 13th March 2019
These lectures are held in the Wardroom in Pembroke Building at the University of Greenwich (Medway Campus) ME4 4TB. They start at 6 pm and will be followed by light refreshments.
As these talks are FREE they will be hugely popular and admission is therefore by registration only. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To register a place on any of the above lectures or to find out more information call 01634 883495 or email: ">.
Free parking on campus after 5 pm arrival.
The Faculty of Engineering and Science provides undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in many branches of science, including chemistry, pharmaceutical, forensic, biology, as well as in the major disciplines of mechanical, civil and electrical engineering.
The faculty’s dynamic research programme encompasses projects with Pfizer, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ford and major organisations such as Innovate UK.