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
Come along to our second Public Science evening of the 17/18 academic year to learn more about our work in Biological Oceanography. Dive deep into the ‘sea’-crets of marine microbes and understand how they drive the ocean engine as well as hear how academics in the School of Life Sciences are addressing the problem of marine microplastics.
Registration is now open, please click here to register.
Come and join the School of Life Sciences for an exciting evening of disease modelling and pandemics! Research performed here alongside the Department of Mathematics has studied a range of applied epidemic problems, from the optimal vaccination of individuals during a pandemic influenza outbreak to the prediction and control of foot-and-mouth disease in Britain and the USA.
Our third Public Science evening of 17/18 will explore how infectious diseases spread and how we can limit infection the next time a pandemic strikes.
Registration opens in December 2017.
Tuesday 13 March 2018: Is the brain the only part of the body that named itself? A biological panel discussion. - Led 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.
Registration opens in February 2018. Submission of questions to be considered will open in October 2017.
|Tuesday 1 May 2018: TBC Film and Science.|