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.
13th October 2022 - "Structure and mechanism of [FeFe] hydrogenases" - Dr James Birrell, University of Essex (Please note that this event is being held 30 minutes later than normal, in 3SW.6.22 instead of the STEM building.)
20th October 2022 - "Insights into Human Common Diseases via the Impact of Ageing & Genomic Variation on the DNA methylome" - Dr Christopher Graeme Bell, Queen Mary University of London.
3rd November 2022 - "Marine Technology Research: Using AI to Tackle Challenges in Life Sciences" - Dr Jon Chamberlain, University of Essex.
10th November 2022 - No event (the seminar previously listed for this date has been moved to 2nd February 2023).
17th November 2022 - "Manipulating iron storage and mobilization in the bacterial cell, a new strategy for developing antibiofilm interventions" - Professor Mario Rivera, Louisiana State University.
24th November 2022 - "Targeting the IRF4 Transcriptional Network to Subvert Multiple Myeloma" - Dr Erika Mancini.
1st December 2022 - "Monocot Grafting : A tool to future proof plants for changing climate" - Dr Pallavi Singh, University of Essex.
8th December 2022 - "Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: What does it have to do with Essex?" - Dr Dimitri Svistunenko, University of Essex.
15th December 2022 - "Dispersal’s Role in Structuring Diversity at Hydrothermal Vents" - Otis Brunner, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan.
12th January 2023 - "Natural Hazards - Emergency Response in a Changing Climate" - Guy Cooper, Environment Agency.
19th January 2023 - "Things that go bump in the night: Understanding the role of nocturnal conductance in response to climate change" - Dr Lorna McAusland, University of Nottingham.
2nd February 2023 - "Expanding the biocatalytic toolbox" - Dr Patricia Rodriguez Macia, University of Oxford. (Please note that this event has been moved from 10th November 2022.)
9th February 2023 - "How Stories and Sagas Create Agency for the Climate and Biodiversity Crises" - Professor Jules Pretty, University of Essex.
23rd February 2023 - "Lessons on water use from natural populations for improving crop sustainability" - Dr John Ferguson, University of Essex.