Come and find out more about our research in the School of Life Sciences...
All of our events are free and open to all members of the public.
Our Public Science evenings take place in the School of Life Sciences Atrium between 18:00 - 20:00.
For any queries, please contact SLS dot Outreach at warwick dot ac dot uk
Thursday 26 April 2018: Is the brain the only part of the body that named itself? A biological panel discussion. - Chaired by Professor Nicholas Dale.
Do you have any burning questions you'd like to ask an expert in a biological field? If so, this is the night is for you!
We'd like to invite all members of the local community and beyond to submit questions about anything in Biology you're keen to learn more about. A panel discussion will take place where academics from the School of Life Sciences will take your questions and answer them to the best of their abilities.
The topics of discussion will be:
Topic 1: Epigenetics and the manipulation of gene expression.
Topic 2: Sustainability of human activity and the Environment.
Topic 3: Medical Microbiology
Friday 18 May 2018: Going Viral (live performance) by Daniel Bye.
"A new virus is sweeping the globe. A plague of weeping. Why do you seem to be immune?"
Actor Daniel Bye will be coming to the School of Life Sciences to perform a showing of his hit production "Going Viral". This was a winner of the Scotsman Fringe First Award in 2015 and we are pleased to be able to offer this performance free to members of our local community.
This will be performed at the School of Life Sciences in room GLT3 at 18:00.
Members of the public: Registration is now open!
Students: Registration is now open for the 4pm performance.