University of Southampton

'Charles Darwin for Time Magazine' by Charis Tsevis

The Origin of Species in 45 minutes

The March talk will be given by Dr Neil Gostling from the University of Southampton. Neil will be talking about what Darwin did and didn't say in that most famous published work on evolution by natural selection.

Numerical simulations of the gravitational waves emitted by the inspiral and merger of two black holes

Einstein’s Secret Universe

The November talk will be given by Dr. Ian Jones of the Gravity Group at the University of Southampton. Dr...

Human Genome by Tom Purcell

100,000 Genomes Project

The February talk will be given by Dr Catherine Mercer (Consultant Clinical Geneticist, University Hospital Southampton) and Dr Frank Ratcliff...

Mirror by Tif Pic

Join researchers from the University of Southampton to see your invisible Web Reflection with the Web Mirror.

Our October speaker is organising some events relating to his research, part of the Meaningful Consent in the Digital Economy project...

Data by Roderique

Personal Data, Reflections and Control

The October talk will be given by Richard Gomer of the Agents, Interaction and Complexity Reasearch Group at Southampton University. Richard will be talking about his work examining issues of consent and citizen empowerment with relation to digital technologies.

Abstract Lines DNA Art on Canvas by Lisa Camper

Future Debates: Genome Data Privacy

a Question Time style debate with a panel of experts including medical professionals, scientists and philosophers on the topic of "Is my Genome Result Just for Me?"

Akrotiri dolphins

A Wail in the Ocean

The May talk will be given by Professor Paul White, director of the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR)...

Japan Earthquake by Warren Antiola

Did the earth move for you? The rise and fall of our continents

The April talk will be given by Finn Illsley-Kemp who will be talking about his research into seismology. Plate tectonics...

Horse and Buggy by Stan Lupo

Harnessing Genetic Technologies to Improve Community Healthcare Outcomes

The March talk will be given by Dr Emma Baple, Honorary Associate Professor of Medical Genetics at the University of Southampton, Consultant in Clinical Genetics at University Hospital Southampton and Clinical Lead for Rare Disease Validation and Feedback at Genomics England.

Biofuels by Steve Jurvetson

Biofuels: Fuelling the future or big fraud?

The July talk will be given by Prof. David Read of the University of Southampton who will be talking about...

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