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My Granddad’s Car

Sayed Hasan and Karl Ohiri explore notions of migration and heritage, as seen through their relationships with two cars inherited from their respective late grandfathers in Pakistan and Nigeria. 

This exhibition presents photography, film and sculpture gathered and created while the artists travelled together in their ancestral homelands.

The Stephen Lawrence Gallery, 10 Stockwell St, London SE10 9BD.

Killing insects without chemicals

Can we use insect diseases to control pests without harming our environment.

Presented by Dr David Grzywacz, NRI

In this lecture David will discuss his research to harness natural insect diseases as a safe, environmentally acceptable pest control and the factors that impede or promote the aim to switch from chemical pesticides to biological alternatives. The talk will discuss the scientific and technological challenges as well as societal issues involved and how exciting research at the University is seeking to address these challenges and produce better alternatives to chemical insecticides.

Venue: Ward Room, Pembroke Building on the university's Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime.

As the lectures are likely to be very popular, admission will be by registration only. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Lectures are free of charge.

To register for a lecture or for further information, please contact:
Telephone: 020 8331 9800
E-mail: FES-public-lectures@gre.ac.uk

Brona Martin - Loudspeaker Orchestra Concert

Works created by composers and sound designers at the University of Greenwich, alongside special guest Brona Martin. Stockwell Street.

More here.

Public Services International Research Unit Seminar: Future of Local Government

Future of Local Government

Room HH103, Hamilton House, Greenwich Campus

To register please email businessevents@gre.ac.uk with name and contact details

Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre: The economic impact of Brexit

The economic impact of Brexit

 Panel discussion

 Queen Anne Court Room 065, Greenwich Campus

To book a place for the conference please reserve here.

Sweet poison...or not? Is sugar really ruining our health?

Presented by Dr Tatiana Christides, Life & Sport Sciences

In this talk we will review the evidence about sugar's role in human disease, and discuss whether sugar really is a "sweet poison".

Venue: Ward Room, Pembroke Building on the university’s Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime.

Admission will be by registration only and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Lectures are free of charge.

To register for a lecture or for further information, please contact:
Telephone: 020 8331 9800
E-mail: FES-public-lectures@gre.ac.uk 

Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre: International Women's Day

International Women's Day

Queen Anne Court Room QA65, Greenwich Campus. RSVP.

For the details of the contributions, please visit here.

Human & ecosystem health: The case of Malaysia's mysterious malaria

Presented by Dr Frances Hawkes, National Resources Institute

In this lecture, Dr Frances Hawkes tracks the emergence of a new species of malaria parasite that has jumped from monkeys to humans, via tiny forest-dwelling mosquitoes.

Venue: Ward Room, Pembroke Building on the university’s Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime.

As the lectures are likely to be very popular, admission will be by registration only. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Lectures are free of charge.

To register for a lecture or for further information, please contact:
Telephone: 020 8331 9800
E-mail: FES-public-lectures@gre.ac.uk

Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre Lecture: Dr Michael Kumhof

Dr Michael Kumhof, Bank of England

Income Distribution and Stability

Queen Anne Court Room QA080, Greenwich Campus.

RSVP. For the details of the programme and papers, please visit here

3D printing of Patient Specific Healthcare

Presented by Professor Dennis Douroumis, Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Environmental Sciences

The lecture will present the current trends and advances including bioprinting of tissues and organs, customised implants and models for surgical operations and finally printing of pharmaceutical dosage forms (e.g. tablets, pills) for personalised patient needs.

Venue: Ward Room, Pembroke Building on the university’s Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime.

As the lectures are likely to be very popular, admission will be by registration only. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Lectures are free of charge.

To register for a lecture or for further information, please contact:
Telephone: 020 8331 9800
E-mail: FES-public-lectures@gre.ac.uk 

 

Keeping soldiers safe in the line of duty.

Presented by Dr Michael Okereke, Engineering 

This talk focuses on computational studies undertaken to inform design of prototype parts for development of next-generation blastresistant underbody protection for military vehicles.

Venue: Ward Room, Pembroke Building on the university’s Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime.

As the lectures are likely to be very popular, admission will be by registration only. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Lectures are free of charge.

To register for a lecture or for further information, please contact:
Telephone: 020 8331 9800
E-mail: FES-public-lectures@gre.ac.uk