Upcoming events

Mar 25

Laura Haong Human Factors Engineering and Psychological Safety – two buzz-phrases which are becoming increasingly hot topics in the Engineering world and beyond, but what do they really mean? Laura will take us through an interactive journey of what these mean to her, and explore how they impact our lives. Laura is a Chartered Engineer with a …

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Apr 22

April 2024 Emily Clarke Have you heard of one medicine? This is an approach where human and animal healthcare advance hand in hand. In research we can learn a lot about disease and how treatments work by studying different species. In the case of musculoskeletal conditions, such as osteoarthritis, horses can be used as a model organism, with veterinary …

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Jun 24

Home Retrofit Unpacked People are increasingly talking about home retrofit – retrospectively fitting energy saving improvements to a home – as a way to help the UK meet its climate targets and fix our incredibly cold, damp and unhealthy homes! In this talk, Jonathan Atkinson of the Carbon Co-op and People Powered Retrofit outlines the background behind retrofit: …

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Sep 23

A look into why we need oxygen, some possible causes of why we lack oxygen in our body and understanding how to get more oxygen into our body through Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. Speaker: Sarah Todd Director and centre Manager at Oxify

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Oct 28

October 2024 Speaker Kathryn Simpson Biomarkers can take many forms in the body, but in the case of cancer they are often cells (known as Circulating Tumour Cells), proteins or DNA that have been shed by the tumour and can be measured in the bloodstream of a cancer patient. More commonly, they are measured in the patient’s tumour. Ideally, we …

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