Staff and students are invited to come and support our research students on their Faculty Poster Days.
We have two Poster Days taking place this month. The first Poster Day is for the Faculty of Science and Engineering and will take place on Thursday, 21 March between 11am and 3pm in the Guild.
The second Poster Day is for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences and is taking place on Wednesday, 27 March between 12pm and 3:30pm in the Crypt at the Metropolitan Cathedral.
The schedule for the day is:
Confirmed exhibitors for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Poster Day include Cell Signalling Technology, LDC Careers, New England BioLabs (NEB), QIAGEN, Technology Directorate, LabLogic, LDC Development, Promega, StarLabs, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
These events showcase the innovative and exciting research being undertaken in the University by our second and third year PhD students. The students will be attending the day with their posters and welcome questions and comments about their work.
All staff and students are welcome to drop in at any time, no registration is required. Tea and coffee will be available.
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