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The Liverpool Women in Science and Engineering (LivWiSE) Christmas Lecture returns for its second year, featuring a series of science and engineering topics, delivered as short TED style talks.
Topics for this year’s event include bugs, the deep sea, and virus control. Speakers include Dr Corina Constantinescu from the Department of Maths; Dr Laura Harkness Brennan from the Department of Physics; Dr Ivona Mitrovic from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics; Dr Rachel Jeffrey from the Department of Marine Biology and Ocean Science; Dr Kate Parr from the Department of Ecology; and Rosti Hama Rashid from the School of Engineering. The talks will be followed by a Q&A session.
The event will take place at Lecture Theatre B, Central Teaching Hub on Thursday 3rd December, 5.30pm to 7.00pm.
Attendees are required to book for this free event. To register your place and for full information please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/livwise-annual-christmas-lecture-tickets-19317764955
Mince pies and refreshments will be provided. Lecture’s from last years’ event are also now available to view here.
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