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Spoken Sessions 6a-6d (at Warwick only)

Session A


Reconstructing the Past to Better Anticipate the Future: Tree-Rings Reveal a 500-year Record of Inflows into Tasmania's Great Lake
Michael Goddard, Biological Sciences, Monash University


Population control in the reconstruction of society: A study of mass death in the Great Leap Forward and the Four Year Plan
Ching Fung, Economics, University of Warwick


Using a knock out mouse line to investigate the pathogenesis of an autism syndrome
Helen Whitley, Biomedical Science, University of Warwick

Session B


Greeks on the Knife Edge: An Evaluation of Graeco-Scythian Relations in the Ancient World
Bradley Waters, Classics, University of Warwick


Vandal Loading on Footbridges
Ian Poole, Civil Engineering, University of Warwick

Instabilities in Solar Coronal Mass Ejections
Stephanie Yardley, Physics, University of Warwick

Session C


'I am all for putting new wine in old bottles, especially if the pressure of the new wine makes the old bottles explode' (Angela Carter). Angela Carter's transformation of traditional tales and motifs in The Bloody Chamber
Catherine Moores, English literature, University of Warwick


Cover time of Random Walks on a polygon
Jianjun Zhao, Statistics, University of Warwick


Scanning Electrochemical Cell Microscopy Patterning of Epinephrine on Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite
Sze-Yin Tan, Chemistry, University of Warwick

Session D

Having problems with large classes? (Together, we can make a difference!)
Rajapriyah Anmpalagan, Teaching English as a Secondary Language (TESL), University of Warwick

The contribution of benthic microalgae to an island lagoon's carbon budget and water chemistry
Annabel Plumeridge, Biological Sciences, University of Warwick


A near-peer teacher development programme to build the confidence and competence of graduate-entry medical students to practice as teachers
Michael Hale, Medicine, University of Warwick