The Crop Science Seminar Series will run on the advertised Thursday afternoons, 12:45pm - 13:45pm at the Wellesbourne campus in PPB 0.27.
There will be two internal or one guest speaker speaker for the 1 hour seminar.
The Crop Science Workshops will run on the advertised Thursday mornings, 09:00 - 12:40 (unless otherwise specified) at the Gibbet Hill campus.
Everyone is welcome. If you are not a member of the University and would like to come along then please email Claire Barratt at C dot Barratt at warwick dot ac dot uk
Riding the wave of the ancient DNA revolution to Lost Worlds! - Tuesday 5 February 2019
School of Life Sciences, Gibbet Hill
18:00 - 20:00
Join us here at the School of Life Sciences for our first Public Science Evening of 2019! This evening will explore the exciting topic of ancient DNA, and how it started out as a fringe science to become the mainstream field it is today.
Throughout the evening you will learn about DNA sequencing, ancient DNA and how we can use this information reconstruct archaeological specimens and environments of the past! We are also pleased to announce that a special guest lecturer from the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C will be presenting one of the talks.
This event will cover a wide variety of uses of ancient DNA, from reconstructing the lost lands beneath the North Sea to crop origins and bat conservation.
Registration is now open, please register here.