Cancelled due to Corovirus
RNA splicing is an essential process in all human cells. RNA splicing takes bits of information from our genes and combines them together to make many different proteins required for correct organismal development and function.
That is the use of street performance techniques to engage transient audiences everywhere.
Dr Sian Rowsell PhD will share easily-applicable ‘life hacks’ to help you: enjoy better health, reduce workplace (or driving to work) accidents, improve your ability to learn, your decision-making and your productivity. Why is it so important to pay attention to the quality and quantity of our sleep? Dr Ron Chervin – Professor of …
Rachael talks about the software that can stop appointment ping pong and procrastination.
Tom’s day job involves designing easy to use and fun Web based applications. This talk includes examples of everything from bicycles to computer programs and includes tips you can use in everyday life.
Talk based on the publication ‘Unnatural cycles: impact on human and planetary health’, by Gibson and Stewart, 2022.
Future Medicines – what have we learned from mRNA vaccines? The Covid vaccines are estimated to have saved 20 million lives since the start of the pandemic. Two of these vaccines used a revolutionary biological approach to generating a medicine rapidly and flexibly (mRNA), and a revolutionary innovation in delivering these medicines safely and effectively …