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Spoken Sessions 7a-7d (at Warwick only)

Session A


Activating a Blood-Clot Busting Enzyme
Joshua Hardy, Biomedical Science, Monash University


YouTube, Children, and Storytelling in the Syrian Uprising: videos as Discourse and Their Power to Politicize Audiences
Jennifer Quigley-Jones, History, University of Warwick


Does the relationship between kinship carers and social workers have a psychological impact on the child?
Sandy Chamberlain, Early Childhood Studies, University of Warwick

Session B

The Representation of Lesbianism in the Contemporary Hollywood Rom-Com (2000-present)
Emeila Quinn, Film and TV, University of Warwick

Are Men better than Women in Chess? - The Econometrics of ratings and chess performance
Evan Yeo, Economics, University of Warwick

The Representation of Actresses in the late-eighteenth to early-nineteenth century: Sophia Baddeley, Mary Robinson and Sarah Siddons
Kate Graves, English and Theatre Studies, University of Warwick

Session C


QED Plasmas- unlocking the power of the quantum world with high power lasers
Gerard McCaul, Physics, University of Warwick

How does acupuncture work for back pain?
Timothy Glass, Medicine, University of Warwick


To what extent does the hairdressing curriculum/hairdressing training neglect or address cultural diversity?
[Related Reinvention journal article: ''Subtle Racism: Viewing Race through Hair"]
Zoey Rhodes, Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Warwick

Session D

How important is fatherhood in Virgil's Aeneid from a political and poetic standpoint?
Grant McCallum, Classics, University of Warwick


Rapid synthesis of nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite from biowaste eggshell via microwave irradiation for tissue engineering applications
Nathan Parsons, Mechanical Engineering, University of Warwick


Host protein interactions with RSV transcripts
Michelle Ossei-Williams, Biomedical Science, University of Warwick