Third PubhD event 8th May 2017– Three scientists, three talks, three
PubhD has come to Oxford!
Three scientists, three talks, three different subjects.
After the success of our launch in March we are continuing with this month's instalment of PubhD.
The event will be on Monday 8th May, 7.30pm at St Aldates Tavern (The Blue Room).
Joining us to discuss their research, PhD students:
Davide Folloni: Damn Social Relationships: How do they trick us all the time?
Hannah Behrens: Developing New Antibiotics
James Eaton: Searching Nature for Novel Drugs
Visit our facebook page to find out more about the speakers
Hope to see you all there!
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Everybody knows that air travel contributes to climate change through its emissions. But we are only now beginning to understand how climate change will affect air travel. Rising sea levels and storm surges threaten coastal airports. Warmer air at ground level makes it more difficult for planes to take-off. More extreme weather may cause flight disruptions and delays. Clear-air turbulence is expected to become stronger and twice as common. Transatlantic flights may take significantly longer because of changes to the jet stream. Come along to find out how climate change could affect your future flights.
Come along to the Blue Room upstairs at St. Aldates Tavern on Wednesday 24th May at 7pm to find out more!
Missed it? No problem! Our podcast will be available for download shortly after the event.