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Fri 26 Feb, '21
REVIVAL 2021 - TEDx Warwick: Why The World Needs All Kinds of Minds |Dr. Temple Grandin
Webinar, University of Warwick
REVIVAL 2021
For the first time ever, TEDxWarwick is hosting a dynamic virtual conference. Global speakers, diverse topics, a fluid timetable - all free of charge and to be viewed in the comfort of your own home.
About:
REVIVAL 2021 is a collection of online TEDx talks which will explore the challenges we face today, and offer creative solutions to overcome them. At TEDxWarwick, we understand the heavy impact that COVID-19 has had on lives, livelihoods and local communities. As such, our online series aims to host speakers with uplifting, inspirational and innovative visions of a brighter future.
How does it work?
The conference will take form as a flexible and ever-evolving series across the next few months. New TEDx talks will be published weekly as well as interviews, exclusive Q&A sessions and more. A calendar is also available on our website for you to keep updated with upcoming events.
REVIVAL: Week 1 Lineup
In our first week of Revival we host a diverse array of fascinating and relevant topics from speakers located from London to Colorado!
Friday 26th February 2021 : Why The World Needs All Kinds of Minds |
Dr. Temple Grandin
Sunday 28th February 2021: Five Key Lessons from the Pandemic | Doug Greenig
Wednesday 3rd March 2021: Humanity in a Digital Age | Craig Fenton
Sun 28 Feb, '21
REVIVAL 2021 - TEDx Warwick - Five Key Lessons from the Pandemic | Doug Greenig
Webinar, University of Warwick
REVIVAL 2021
For the first time ever, TEDxWarwick is hosting a dynamic virtual conference. Global speakers, diverse topics, a fluid timetable - all free of charge and to be viewed in the comfort of your own home.
About:
REVIVAL 2021 is a collection of online TEDx talks which will explore the challenges we face today, and offer creative solutions to overcome them. At TEDxWarwick, we understand the heavy impact that COVID-19 has had on lives, livelihoods and local communities. As such, our online series aims to host speakers with uplifting, inspirational and innovative visions of a brighter future.
How does it work?
The conference will take form as a flexible and ever-evolving series across the next few months. New TEDx talks will be published weekly as well as interviews, exclusive Q&A sessions and more. A calendar is also available on our website for you to keep updated with upcoming events.
REVIVAL: Week 1 Lineup
In our first week of Revival we host a diverse array of fascinating and relevant topics from speakers located from London to Colorado!
Sunday 28th February 2021: Five Key Lessons from the Pandemic | Doug Greenig
Wednesday 3rd March 2021: Humanity in a Digital Age | Craig Fenton
Wed 3 Mar, '21
REVIVAL 2021 - TEDx Warwick: Humanity in a Digital Age | Craig Fenton
Webinar, University of Warwick

REVIVAL 2021
For the first time ever, TEDxWarwick is hosting a dynamic virtual conference. Global speakers, diverse topics, a fluid timetable - all free of charge and to be viewed in the comfort of your own home.
About:
REVIVAL 2021 is a collection of online TEDx talks which will explore the challenges we face today, and offer creative solutions to overcome them. At TEDxWarwick, we understand the heavy impact that COVID-19 has had on lives, livelihoods and local communities. As such, our online series aims to host speakers with uplifting, inspirational and innovative visions of a brighter future.
How does it work?
The conference will take form as a flexible and ever-evolving series across the next few months. New TEDx talks will be published weekly as well as interviews, exclusive Q&A sessions and more. A calendar is also available on our website for you to keep updated with upcoming events.
REVIVAL: Week 1 Lineup
In our first week of Revival we host a diverse array of fascinating and relevant topics from speakers located from London to Colorado!
Wednesday 3rd March 2021: Humanity in a Digital Age | Craig Fenton

Mon 8 Mar, '21
International Women's Day
University of Warwick

International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.

To celebrate women in the Warwick community, the University are creating a Warwick Women’s Montage, so that we can remember, not just the challenges of this year, but also the inspirational women at Warwick who endured nevertheless. IWD webpage

 Find more information about equality, diversity, and inclusion at Warwick on the website warwick.ac.uk/equalops

Mon 8 Mar, '21 - Sun 14 Mar, '21
All-day
British Science Week
On line

Runs from Monday, March 08 to Sunday, March 14.

British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths that will take place between 5-14 March 2021!

British Science Week is a 10-day programme of thousands of events running throughout the whole of the UK with the aim of celebrating science, engineering, technology and maths. With no restrictions on who can organise events, the topics on which they are focused, the audience or the venue, the resulting programme is a hugely varied and eclectic mix suitable for people of all ages and abilities.

Tue 13 Jul, '21 - Fri 16 Jul, '21
All-day
Warwick Polymer Conference
University of Warwick, Coventry. UK

Runs from Tuesday, July 13 to Friday, July 16.

Warwick Polymer Conference, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

Tuesday 13th – Friday 16th July 2021

Join over 70 invited and plenary speakers attending to present their latest results. Spaces are limited to 500 attendees.

Registration now open.

Wed 1 Sep, '21 - Sat 4 Sep, '21
All-day
18th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists
University of Warwick

Runs from Wednesday, September 01 to Saturday, September 04.

Established in 1964 and hosted every 3 years, ICWES is the flagship event of the International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists (INWES). ICWES attracts in excess of 500 engineers and scientists from all over the world, providing a unique opportunity to exchange information on their work, careers and offers a plethora of opportunities to discuss innovative technologies in the 21st century across the engineering, science and technological professions, allowing unrivalled networking with colleagues in business, academia and government. Details of previous editions of ICWES can be found here.

ICWES18 will be structured around the theme ‘Global Humanitarian Challenges’ covering topics such as pollution, renewable energy, sustainable cities, water and sanitation, natural/man-made disasters, along with a newly added topic of Pandemics/COViD-19. The conference will also focus of role of the education and training of women in tackling societal challenges.

Registration and further details, including abstract submission deadline and exhibitor/sponsorship packages.