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Wild About Plymouth event: Morning Call
24 April 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is one of the...

Wild About Plymouth event: Bee Happy
16 May 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is one of the...

Wild About Plymouth event: Eight Legged Creatures
20 June 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is one of the...

Wild About Plymouth event: Giant Bug Hunt
18 July 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is one of the...

Wild About Plymouth event: Summer Nature Trail
8 August 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is one of the...

Wild About Plymouth: Dinosaur Day 2014
22 August 2014 18:00

Wild About Plymouth is a partnership led by Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery organising family-friendly science and natural history events throughout the year and Plymouth University is one of the...

Partial differential equations: A journey from micro to macro
14 May 2014 18:00

What links gas molecules, charged particles, bacteria and fish? Hear how partial differential equations help us understand their collective behaviour.
15 May 2014 to 15 May 2014, Clore Lecture Theatre, Huxley Building

History for critical citizens: Has the public historian ever made a difference?
17 April 2014 23:31

Wednesday 7 May 2014: Professor John Tosh joins us for the first in this term's Institute for Public Understanding of the Past lectures

Macroprudential policy: What, how, and why?
17 April 2014 23:31

Wednesday 7 May 2014: Macroprudential policy has emerged as a key plank of the post-crisis reform agenda. But what exactly is it?

How purple photosynthetic bacteria harvest solar energy
17 April 2014 23:31

Wednesday 30 April 2014: This lecture will describe the structure and the function of the light harvesting pigment protein complexes from purple photosynthetic bacteria.

Poetry, Music, and the Sacred: Alice Goodman and Michael Symmons Roberts in Conversation
17 April 2014 23:31

Wednesday 30 April 2014: Taking place after Evensong at York Minster, this event is sure to be inspirational

A Double Sorrow
17 April 2014 23:31

Wednesday 23 April 2014: Part of the Writers at York series

Employers - An invitation to the Derby Business School Showcase Event
2 April 2014 03:47

We are delighted to invite you to our Derby Business School Showcase event on Thursday 8 May 2014. In the last six months alone, over 30 local and ...

Alumni Reunion 2014
9 May 2014 18:00

We are delighted to invite all alumni and their guests to the Alumni Reunion, which is taking place as part of the College’s Imperial Festival.
10 May 2014 to 10 May 2014, Imperial College London

Three Minute Thesis Competition
10 June 2014 18:00

Watch the clock tick as students from across the College attempt to capture the essence of their research in a 3 minute presentation!
11 Jun 2014 to 11 Jun 2014, G16, Sire Alexander Fleming (SAF) Building

The York House Books, the Mystery Plays and Richard III
17 April 2014 23:31

Tuesday 29 April 2014: Part of the highly-successful Richard III lecture series

William the Conqueror and the Harrying of the North
17 April 2014 23:31

Tuesday 29 April 2014: In 1066 William the Conqueror won the Battle of Hastings, but this was only the beginning of the conquest of England

IAS Conference 2014 - Transfusion and Transformation, 15 July 2014, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University
22 August 2013 03:50

Tuesday 15th - Thursday 17th July 2014Transfusion and Transformation: the creative potential of interdisciplinary knowledge exchange. An international conference hosted by the Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University.

Marvellous Music, 28 May 2014, Oriental Musuem, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
15 April 2014 03:20

To tie in with the Oriental Museum hosting the East Asian Music Festival, visit us to make your own Asian musical instrument!

South African communists: Their history and impact
17 April 2014 23:31

Thursday 8 May 2014: A public lecture with Professor Tom Lodge, University of Limerick

Hamlyn symposium on medical robotics
11 July 2014 18:00

This symposium includes discussions on robot-assisted surgery, robot-human interaction and augmented reality systems.
12 Jul 2014 to 15 Jul 2014, Workshops on South Kensington Campus, lectures and discussions at Royal Geographical Society

Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine seminar
27 May 2014 18:00

This seminar is part of a series arranged by the Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine, within the Pl...

Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine seminar
1 July 2014 18:00

This seminar is part of a series arranged by the Institute of Translational and Stratified Medicine, within the Pl...

New Found Land: Scottish Emigration to Canada
2 May 2014 03:00

This exhibition uses items from the Special Collections Centre to review stories of emigration from Aberdeen and Scotland to Canada.

Exhibition - Museum Interventions
2 April 2014 03:27

This exhibition is from 25 March to 30 May 2014 Derby Museum and Art Gallery, The Strand, Derby DE1 1BS Tel: 01332 641901 New work by 8 ...

Symposium: New directions in managing obesity and diabetes
21 May 2014 18:00

This annual symposium is hosted by Professor Jon Pinkney MD, FRCP.Diabetes, Obesity and the Metabolic SyndromeConf...

Professorial Inaugural Lecture: 'What People Know About Science and Why it Matters'
16 March 2014 18:00

The University of Essex presents a series of special events showcasing research undertaken by our recently appointed Professors

Family Fun Day 2014
15 April 2014 06:59

The University of Derby is pleased to invite you to our free 'Family Fun Day', being held on Sunday 4 May from 12 - 4pm at the University's ...

Event - Spring Fair 2014
3 April 2014 19:33

The University of Derby is a proud partner supporting the Derbyshire Eco Centre Spring Fair. The theme this year is 'Woods and Water'. This is ...

A masterclass with Sue Jennings
7 April 2014 20:12

The Legal Implications of Performance Management Effective performance management of employees is a fundamental part of a successful employment ...

Global Book Club Plymouth meeting: "The Speech" by Gary Younge
27 May 2014 18:00

The Global Book Club comes to Plymouth. Join us for lively discussion of books about the lives of people around the world and the issues that affect them. Global Book Club Plymouth is an initiative of...

Panel Discussion: Why do we need Diversity in Macroeconomics? How do we Increase Capacity in New Approaches?
23 February 2014 17:00

The ESRC and the Department of Economics will hold a panel discussion in response to concerns on the lack of diversity in the economics curricula.

Apr 28: Dance and Mirror Neurons - Steve Paxton and Dan Glaser
28 April 2014 12:15

The Centre of the Body's Events Summer 2014 launches with a conversation between the legendary American dancer and founder of Contact Improvisation, Steve Paxton (USA), and Dr Daniel Glaser, neuroscientist.

FAUL AGM, and public talk: Voices from the Scottish Diaspora
29 May 2014 12:00

The Annual General Meeting of the Friends, followed by a free talk by Professor Marjory Harper

Science, surgery, sports and rehabilitation
29 April 2014 18:00

Seminar about current work and future directions in this interdisciplinary research area, for surgeons, engineers, physiotherapists and scientists.
30 Apr 2014 to 30 Apr 2014, Royal School of Mines

Almroth Wright Lecture Series: The three-dimensional organisation of the genome and gene regulation
5 May 2014 18:00

Professor Wendy Bickmore, from MRC Human Genetics Unit, University of Edinburgh, gives an Almroth Wright Lecture
06 May 2014 to 06 May 2014, Rothschild Lecture Theatre, 2nd floor, Wright-Fleming Institute

Ingenuity unleashed: encouraging technology entrepreneurship for all
20 March 2014 11:23

Professor Simon Mosey's inaugural lecture for the Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship focuses on how ingenuity can be learnt and shares some of the ways in which the institute is supporting technology entrepreneurship on an unprecedented scale.

Economics - rethink or sink
11 February 2014 17:00

Professor Edward Tsang will tell this week's Cafe Scientifique that new technology means classical economics needs to be completely revised.

Almroth Wright Lecture Series: Changing the world with vaccines: long live the B cell
26 May 2014 18:00

Professor Andrew Pollard, Department of Paediatrics & Oxford Vaccine Group, Churchill Hospital, delivers this Almroth Wright Lecture
27 May 2014 to 27 May 2014, Rothschild Lecture Theatre, 2nd floor, Wright-Fleming Institute

Rho GTPases: regulators of actin dynamics in space and time
7 May 2014 18:00

Professor Alan Hall from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NY, delivers the fifth Emmanuelle Caron Lecture
08 May 2014 to 08 May 2014, G16 - Sir Alexander Fleming Building

Café Scientifique: What’s special about faces?
11 March 2014 18:00

Our ability to recognise faces is exceptional, but why should faces be different from other objects? Discover more at Café Scientifique.

Plymouth Psychology in the Pub talk
18 June 2014 18:00

Organised by the South West branch of the British Psychological Society Is rationality good for...

Plymouth Astronomical Society talk: The Night Sky in May
8 May 2014 18:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Plymouth Astronomical Society talk: The Night Sky in June
12 June 2014 18:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Plymouth Astronomical Society AGM and talks: The Night Sky in July
10 July 2014 18:00

Organised by the Plymouth Astronomical Society. Society meetings are free to members but visitors are very welcome to attend at ...

Lecture: The Kursk Disaster
6 May 2014 18:00

Organised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (Devon and Cornwall Network). Speaker: Eddie Neylon.What really happened to the s...

Wildlife Festival 2014
9 May 2014 18:00

Organised by the Devon Wildlife Trust. Now in its 8th year, the Devon Wildlife Tru...

Auto/Biography Research Cluster meeting: Inter-related 'selves'
7 May 2014 18:00

Organised by the Centre for Methodological Innovations (CMI) within the Institute of Health and Community, this meeting is led ...

Lecture: Teaching the Police to Program
23 April 2014 18:00

Organised by the British Computing Society (South West branch). BCS South West

Lecture: Forensics and the way forward
5 May 2014 18:00

Organised by the British Computing Society (South West branch). BCS South West events are open to every...

The bigger bang reloaded - Graduate school's annual live chemistry show
1 May 2014 18:00

On 2 May 2014 the Graduate School will host its annual Postgraduate Event, featuring a chemistry demonstration show of live experiments.
02 May 2014 to 02 May 2014, TBC

Gifting the body after death
17 April 2014 23:31

Monday 12 May 2014: Part of the Before I Die Festival

Should we legalise assisted dying?
17 April 2014 23:31

Monday 12 May 2014: Part of the Before I Die Festival

Tyneside UCAS Convention
17 April 2014 23:31

Metro Radio Arena

Tyneside UCAS Convention
17 April 2014 23:31

Metro Radio Arena

Apr 24: Pre-ITT Numeracy Support Sessions
24 April 2014 10:30

Mental arithmetic and solving problems.

Sussex UCAS Convention
17 April 2014 23:31

Lower Sports Centre, University of Sussex

Children's Day, 30 May 2014, Oriental Musuem, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
15 April 2014 03:23

Learn about Children’s Day in Japan, and make a carp kite or a samurai helmet.

The Problem with Care: Organised Abuse and Hidden Philanthropies , 29 May 2014, St John's College, Durham
18 March 2014 05:15

Inaugural Lecture Series - Professor Paula HydeIn this lecture Professor Hyde will argue that institutional arrangements for the provision of care generate and perpetuate abusive practices. However, longstanding institutional mistreatment proves difficult to detect at least until it erupts into consciousness through revelations in the media.

Apr 25: Has the Tide Turned? “Regeneration” Then and Now: 21 Years of Urban Change in Deptford
25 April 2014 09:30

In the 20th anniversary of CUCR we will be looking over the last 21 years of 'regeneration' in Deptford.

Rulers, Relics, and the Holiness of Power, 3 June 2014, St Chad's Chapel Reception
28 March 2014 04:17

IMEMS Power of Place Seminar Series Prof. David Rollason, Durham University Ceremonial processions took place when relics of saints or of Christ’s passion were brought into a city or a palace, as represented on a little ivory plaque now in Trier, and described in the accounts of the way in which the passion-relics were received into Paris in the thirteenth century by King Louis VII. The similarity between these ‘entries’ of relics and entries of rulers in the case of the Trier plaque, and the attention lavished on relics in the case of the Paris example, underline the fact that relics were seen as every bit as powerful as rulers themselves.

Course: Practical and problem solving approaches to mechanics
11 June 2014 18:00

Further Mathematics Support Programme. This one-day course is designed to introduce teachers to a range of practical and problem solving activities for M1 modules.

Apr 24: Staff Development - Academic Leadership: Managing multiple roles
24 April 2014 04:00

For Heads of Academic Departments; Principal Investigators and Research Leaders to participate in this modular programme for academic leaders.

Mosaic Mania, 31 May 2014, Oriental Musuem, Elvet Hill, Durham, DH1 3TH
15 April 2014 03:23

Find out about mosaics in the ancient world and create your own unique design from glass tiles to take home.

Hannahs at Seale-Hayne: Jerusalem
21 June 2014 18:00

Exeter Northcott Theatre and the Common Players present an outdoor performance of Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem, winner of the Best Evening standard Play of 2009. In part a lament a...

Lancashire UCAS Convention
17 April 2014 23:31

Edge Hill University

Apr 18: Goldsmiths Easter closure - limited service
18 April 2014 03:00

During the Easter period, Goldsmiths will be operating a very limited service, with the majority of buildings closed to students, staff and visitors.

Apr 19: Goldsmiths Easter closure - limited service
19 April 2014 03:00

During the Easter period, Goldsmiths will be operating a very limited service, with the majority of buildings closed to students, staff and visitors.

Apr 20: Goldsmiths Easter closure - limited service
20 April 2014 03:00

During the Easter period, Goldsmiths will be operating a very limited service, with the majority of buildings closed to students, staff and visitors.

Apr 21: Goldsmiths Easter closure - limited service
21 April 2014 03:00

During the Easter period, Goldsmiths will be operating a very limited service, with the majority of buildings closed to students, staff and visitors.

Apr 22: Goldsmiths Easter closure - limited service
22 April 2014 03:00

During the Easter period, Goldsmiths will be operating a very limited service, with the majority of buildings closed to students, staff and visitors.

Café Scientifique: The mystery of colour – for humans and computers!
8 April 2014 18:00

Dr Steve Sangwine, Senior Lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, will consider ‘What is colour?’

Café Scientifique: The Mystery of Colour- for Humans and Computers!
8 April 2014 18:00

Dr Steve Sangwine, Senior Lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, University of Essex, will consider ‘What is colour?’

Almroth Wright Lecture Series: SerenDRiPity strikes again - MHC Class I antigen processing
19 May 2014 18:00

Dr Jonathan Yewdell, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, discusses compartmentalized translation of research into treatments.
20 May 2014 to 20 May 2014, Rothschild Lecture Theatre, 2nd floor, Wright-Fleming Institute

Almroth Wright Lecture Series: Design and evolution of capsid-binding retrovirus restriction factors
12 May 2014 18:00

Dr Jonathan Stoye, from the National Institute for Medical Research, delivers and Almroth Wright Lecture.
13 May 2014 to 13 May 2014, Rothschild Lecture Theatre, 2nd floor, Wright-Fleming Institute

Last Night of the Proms, 6 June 2014, Durham Cathedral
7 April 2014 08:54

DUMS presents the ‘Last Night of the Proms’ with the University Big Band, Chamber Choir, Opera Ensemble, Brass Band and Symphony Orchestra, all for one incredible evening in Durham Cathedral.

Bugs, drugs and genes: seeking new treatments for cystic fibrosis
11 May 2014 18:00

Cystic fibrosis (CF) causes irreversible lung damage and shortens life expectancy. Hear how promising new treatments are being explored.
12 May 2014 to 12 May 2014, G16 Lecture Theatre, Sir Alexander Fleming Building

5 Week Meditation Course: "Four Foundations of Mindfulness in Buddhism"
7 May 2014 18:00

Curious about the origins of the mindfulness or want to take your meditation to a deeper level?
08 May 2014 to 05 Jun 2014, Chaplaincy Multi-Faith Centre

Formation for the Future, 16 June 2014, St John's College, Durham
8 January 2014 08:31

Conference of Celebration and Thanksgiving: Formation for the Future Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th JuneDuring the past 2 years a number of significant changes have been planned which will change the landscape of theological education and ministerial formation in the UK. The introduction of Common Awards, with Durham University becoming the awarding body for the Church of England and its ecumenical partners, represents an important change in the relationship between the church, its theological institutions and courses, and the higher education sector.

New Developments in Youth Sexuality: Mostly Straights, Diverse Bisexuals, and Healthy Gays & Lesbians, 28 May 2014, Great Hall, Durham Castle
22 October 2013 07:33

Castle Lecture SeriesProfessor Ritch Savin-Williams, In cooperation with the Centre for Sex, Gender and Sexualities, Development Psychology Professor of Human Development at Cornell University, Director of the Sex & Gender Lab at Cornell University.Within the last few years the sexual revolution has evolved to assume new dimensions not previously envisioned by either sexual scientists or the public at large. The new developments, engineered and accepted by today’s youth, might well shock many adults. Are these developments real or temporary illusions of progressive contemporary societies?

Apr 24: Conference: Language Learning Matters
24 April 2014 04:00

As schools are getting ready for implementing the New National Curriculum, school leaders and teachers are looking for engaging and effective ways to plan the provision of Modern Languages,we are organising an MFL day, which will be relevant to all.

The Waitress-Mom War: Pay, Parenting and Patterns of Gender Inequality in the Labour Market in the U.S.
13 May 2014 18:00

Ann Brooks, Visiting Professor, Institute of Health and Community, Plymouth University. This seminar explores some of the reasons why women still face a range of organizational and institu...

Apr 24: Secondary NQT Support - Inclusion
24 April 2014 10:00

An opportunity to gain further understanding of inclusion issues, explore inclusive classroom practice, and help you to meet effectively the diverse needs in your class

Sports Medicine: Desideratum images and poems
4 April 2014 02:00

An exhibition of photographs and poems inspired by sports medicine.

Public Lecture - Science of Star Wars
17 March 2014 03:23

All staff, students and visitors are warmly invited to this public lecture. Date: Sunday 4th May, 2pm Venue: Lecture Theatre, OL2 On ...

Public History Conference: The Great War, 1914-1918
10 April 2014 19:02

All staff, students and visitors are warmly invited to this public event. The Great War, 1914-1918 Every year our second year undergraduate ...

Exhibition - Two Thirds
2 April 2014 04:05

All are warmly invited to this public exhibition that is running from Monday 8 April till Friday 25 April Times: During Term Time Mon-Thur 8. ...

The great debate 2014
4 June 2014 18:00

A topical, controversial and interactive debate around orthopaedic surgery and care sitting within the 15th EFORT Congress at London's ExCel Centre.
05 Jun 2014 to 06 Jun 2014, ExCEL Centre, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, E16 1XL

A Musical Uni
21 April 2014 02:00

A small exhibition providing insights into the University of Aberdeen's past and present musical activities

Getting early stage investment for your start-up
19 May 2014 18:00

A professional development webinar, hosted by Alumni Relations,run by Matthew Stafford, Imperial MBA 2010 and founder of @StudentUpstarts and @9others
20 May 2014 to 20 May 2014, Online Webinar

Household Risk Management
9 June 2014 18:00

A Finance Group seminar to be given by Adriano Rampini, Associate Professor Duke University.
10 Jun 2014 to 10 Jun 2014, Lecture Theatre Upper Ground, Tanaka Building

Linguistics Research Student Conference @ SOAS
9 May 2014 01:00

Date: 9 May 2014 09:00am

Finishes:9 May 2014 12:00am

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

Chinese Language Exchange (Free)
9 May 2014 09:00

Date: 9 May 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:9 May 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4426

Complementarity in the line of fire: The Catalysing Effect of the International Criminal Court ...
9 May 2014 08:00

Date: 9 May 2014 04:00pm

Finishes:9 May 2014 06:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 116

Recent research on Zoroastrian communities in modern Iran
8 May 2014 10:00

Date: 8 May 2014 06:00pm

Finishes:8 May 2014 08:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: Khalili Lecture Theatre

Presenting the seventeenth Dastur Dr Sohrab Hormasji Kutar Memorial Lecture

Followed by refreshments.

Popular Medicine and Sacred Geography: 16th-Century Illustrations to Tusi's ‘Aja’ib al-Makhluqat
8 May 2014 09:30

Date: 8 May 2014 05:30pm

Finishes:8 May 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B104

State-making vs. Homemaking in Hong Kong, 1980s-1990s
8 May 2014 09:00

Date: 8 May 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:8 May 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

British Quaker Missionaries and the Conflict between Pacifism and Militarism in Chengdu, 1934-1936
8 May 2014 09:00

Date: 8 May 2014 05:00pm

Finishes:8 May 2014 07:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

PhD Graduate Workshop on "Crossing borders in South Asia"
7 May 2014 01:00

Date: 7 May 2014 09:00am

Finishes:7 May 2014 06:00pm

Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings

Room: 4429

Codex Casanatense 1889: an Indian 16th century album in a Roman library
7 May 2014 10:30

Date: 7 May 2014 06:30pm

Finishes:7 May 2014 08:00pm

Venue: Brunei Gallery

Room: B102

The 16th Annual Toby Falk Memorial Lecture

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