Nexus

Public Lecture Series

Our Public Lecture series is open to all students in Years 10-13 in Cornwall. If you want to attend you need to book a place by emailing reception@nexuscsia.co.uk. Keep checking back as more talks are added regularly.

School groups are more than welcome, please contact reception to discuss how many places you would like to book.

 

Some events are very popular so early booking is recommended.

 

2017-18

 

Our lecture series for 2017-18 is being planned. If you wish to offer a lecture or know somebody who may be interested in sharing their research, please contact us on reception@nexuscsia.co.uk.

Talks will be announced here in September.

 

2016-17

Some of our previous talks:

“All’s fair in Maths and War”

Wednesday 28th June – 4pm

Dr Gihan Marasingha

Senior Lecturer in Mathematics – University of Exeter

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“Marine Renewable Energy”

Wednesday 7th June – 4pm

Dr Tessa Gordelier

Research Fellow – University of Exeter

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“Alzheimer’s Disease: How far are we from a cure?”

Wednesday 26th April – 4pm

Dr Priyanka Joshi

Research Fellow – University of Cambridge

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“Ramsey Theory – the maths of combinatorics”

Wednesday 22nd March – 4pm

Professor Imre Leader

Professor in Pure Mathematics – University of Cambridge

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“Discovering and extracting rare earth elements”

Professor Frances Wall

Professor in Applied Mineralogy – University of Exeter

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“A toolkit for understanding whale population dynamics and recovery from exploitation”

Dr Jen Jackson

British Antarctic Survey – University of Cambridge

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“Aliens and the Weather – exploring the climates of planets outside our own Solar System”

Dr Nathan Mayne

Senior Lecturer in Astrophysics – University of Exeter

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“The Social Lives of Wasps”

Feargus Cooney

University of Exeter

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“Polar Science and the Climate”

Michael Cooper

University of Bristol

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“Climate change and the oceans”

Nigel Sainsbury

University of Exeter

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