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Applied Sciences - Research Seminars

Colourful abstract image The University's School of Applied Sciences is hosting a series of Research Seminars to enrich and enlighten.

The School of Applied Sciences at BU will host a series of Research Seminars running through into March 2011 which features leading speakers in a range of subjects.

Tuesday 18 January 2011
Jim Rose - Evaluating the Evidence for the Earliest Humans in Northern Europe
Jim is Professor of Physical Geography at Royal Holloway and is one of the foremost Quaternary Scientists in Britain.

Tuesday 15 February 2011
Adrian Lister - The Extinction of Ice-Age Megafauna: Recent Results
Adrian is a Merit Researcher at the Natural History Museum and a world-renowned expert on Megafaunal extinctions.

Tuesday 15 March 2011
Jonathan Shaw - The Fish Files: Tales from a Former Fisheries Minister
Jonathan was Fisheries Minister at DEFRA during the last Labour administration. His talk will focus on the competing demands of science, the industry and those endless rounds of EU quota negotiations.

All seminars are free. For more information or to register an interest, email:

Where: K101, Kimmeridge House, Talbot Campus
When: See dates above. All seminars start at 4.00pm

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