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Postgraduate Research Poster Competition 2007

You are warmly invited to attend the.....

Postgraduate Research Poster Competition 2007
Explaining the real world implications of research projects

Tuesday 8th May 2.30 – 4.45pm University House Atrium
The Postgraduate Research Poster Day will showcase the research of over fifty postgraduates drawn from disciplines across the University including the natural and physical sciences, engineering, medicine, business, arts, social science and education. The researchers exhibiting at the event will present their research for a general audience.
The competition opens at 2.30pm with a late lunch with the prize ceremony taking place at 4.30pm.
The event is free to attend and refreshments will be available.
Sample of research being presented:
Physics: Frustrated Magnets
Sociology: Racialised bodies - black men on images and actualities
Medical School: Association between TV viewing and video game playing and problem behaviours in children and young people with behavioural and emotional difficulties.
Psychology: A comparative look at western and buddhist "free will"
Education: Action reseerach approach to investigate online support for doctoral students
Engineering: Using PIV to understand jet noise production
History: Travel diaries of Hon. John Byrg
Busines School: Towards a dynamic e-business model framework
Physics: Insect saliva and the immunology of Leishmaniasis, or the remarkable tale of the dog and the sandfly
MOAC: Global effects of viruses
The schedule of the event is as follows, pease feel free to call in at any time and support your friends and fellow students:

2.30pm Welcome and late lunch
2.45pm Judges briefing
3-4pm Judging
4.15pm Scoring
4.30pm Prize ceremony
For more information contact Rachel Hardy, Graduate School Skills Manager, on