Dear scientist, science enthusiast!
Curious about the research that is going on in Trinity College?
Want to hear a bunch of really interesting projects by students your age and some of our own Fellows?
This year, we are planning for you one of the biggest student-organised science events of the year – our Annual Symposium followed by our dinner!
Attendance to the symposium is free and open to all members of university and general public.
The Annual Dinner will take place at 7:30pm in Trinity’s Old Kitchens, with a reception from 7pm.
Tickets will be priced as follows:
Trinity members: £10 if you attend the Symposium, £25 if you do not attend
Non-Trinity members: £15 if you attend the Symposium, £30 if you do not attend
The dinner is fully booked, to place yourself on a waiting list, please fill in this form.
The Symposium will take place from 10am to 6pm on Sunday the 11th of March, in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre.
A full programme featuring timings and abstracts for all of the talks can be found here.
|Professor Chris Lowe||Director of the Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences|
|Dr Mireia Crispin-Ortuzar||A Particle Physicist’s perspective on Cancer Biology|
|Dr Oliver Shorttle||Geology beyond the Solar System|
|Dr Beñat Gurrutxaga-Lerma||Multiscale Modelling of Materials|
|Dr Mary Fortune||So Your Treatment Doesn’t Work: How To Lie With Statistics|
|Adam Prada||Theoretical Chemistry|
|Herschel Chawdhry||Particle Physics|
|Krishna Sharma||Inhibiting Protein-Protein Interactions as an Anti-Cancer Strategy|
|Dr Mihkel Kama||Astronomy|
|Barbara Herdy||Nucleic Acids/CRUK|
|Peter Gerlagh||Solution to the Quantum Measurement Problem|
|David Wong||The Molecular Basis for Circadian Timekeeping in Mammals|
|Solène Rolland||Finding the Key Players In The Cell Death Pathway Triggered by Gram-Negative Bacteria|
This is followed by a cheese course, coffee and mints.