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April 2020 Scibar

An introduction to Machine Learning (commonly known as Artificial Intelligence) Speaker: Paul Roberts, a Management Consultant. Date: 20th April 2020 Paul Roberts is a Management Consultant who advises Banks, especially international Investment Banks on this exciting and very topical subject … Continue reading

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March 2020 Scibar

Beyond The Fringe: Astronomy with Invisible Light Speaker: Professor Gary Davis Date: 9th March 2020 at 18:30 Astronomy is based on the detection and analysis of light we receive from objects in the sky. Progress in our understanding of the … Continue reading

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September Scibar

Images from the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) The HST has been in orbit around the Earth since 1990. Since it’s launch it has gotten through a number of phases, but it has provided some of the most momentous images of … Continue reading

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January Scibar: Seeing sounds: how we make sense of a multisensory world

Date: Monday 13th January 2020 Speaker: Dr Clare Jonas. “Seeing sounds: how we make sense of a multisensory world” The brain can do some incredibly complex things like plotting novels, calculating rocket trajectories and keeping us balanced on bikes. But … Continue reading

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October: Of flies and men – how research on tiny insects revolutionised biology and medicine

Date: Monday 4th October Speaker: Professor Andreas Prokop and Sanjai Patel -Faculty of Biology, Medicine & Health School of Biology Of flies and men: how research on tiny insects revolutionised biology and medicine Although the common ancestors of fruit flies … Continue reading

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November: How the Immune System affects Brain Disease

Date: Monday 11th November Speaker: Prof David Brough, School of Biological Sciences at University of Manchester. How the Immune System affects Brain Disease Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. Globally there are currently 50 million people with … Continue reading

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July: Solar Energy and its journey from the centre of the Sun to your electric kettle

Date: Monday 8th July Speaker: Prof George King, The Photon Science Institute from the University of Manchester Solar Energy and its journey from the centre of the Sun to your electric kettle The amount of solar energy received by planet … Continue reading

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