We run an exciting schedule of events, seminars and conferences throughout the year.
Throughout the year we hold a research seminar series featuring guest experts from other institutions, as well as new researchers in our School, to discuss their work.
14th October 2021 - "Increasing crop yield through manipulation of photosynthetic carbon metabolism" - Professor Christine Raines, University of Essex.
28th October 2021 - "The future of MSC-based therapies for cancer" - Dr Andrea Mohr, University of Essex.
4th November 2021 - "Spatially imposed specificity in chloroplast-to-nucleus signal transduction" - Professor Phil Mullineaux, University of Essex.
11th November 2021 - "Fishers on the Frontlines - empowering coastal communities in marine ecosystem management" - Charlie Gough, Blue Ventures and University of Exeter.
18th November 2021 - "Living on the Edge - Salt marshes under global change" - Stefanie Nolte, University of East Anglia.
25th November 2021 - "Unstable chromatin: spermatogenesis is an engine for evolutionary genome rearrangement" - Peter Ellis, University of Kent.
9th December 2021 - "Sharks, skates and rays: Life-history, population status and fisheries management" - Dr Jim Ellis, Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS).
16th December 2021 - "The crucial role of marine vegetated ecosystems" - Ian Hendy, University of Portsmouth.
3rd February 2022 - "An evolutionary approach to ageing research" - Dr Jonathan Houseley, Babraham Institute.