Frontiers of Sciences VII

18 March 2023 10:30-15:30, Leeds, United Kingdom

A free to attend event held annually in Leeds - now back in "reality " after the long hiatus of the pandemic. Everyone with an enquiring mind and an interest in finding out more about the developmemts in scientific reserach and ideas of the day is welcome to attend. A chance to also meet and discuss the topics with an eclectic mix of like-minded science enthusiasts. In association with the Astrobiology Society of Britain, The Royal Society of Biology and the Royal Society of Chemistry, NoRCEL welcomes all those who would like to join us

Light refreshments will be provided

Our speakers and their talk titles:

Dr Kevin Devine: Senior lecturer, Researcher in Pharmaceutical Sciences at London Metropolitan University "An Astronaut in Structure Space: Probing the structure, function and evolution of nucleic acids using synthetic organic chemistry"

Dr Michael Macey: Astrobiology at OU, The Open University, Milton Keynes "The microbiology of extreme environments, analogue environments, and the limits of life"

Prof Michael Garrett: Inaugural Sir Bernard Lovell Chair of Astrophysics at the University of Manchester "Establishing a SETI capability in the UK"

Dr Terence P. Kee: School of Chemistry, University of Leeds "What Isn’t Life?"
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
Astrobiology Society of Britain
Royal Society of Biology
Royal Society of Chemistry

Lecture theatre, KPMG LLP, No 1 Sovereign Square, Sovereign Street, Leeds, LS1 4DA, United Kingdom

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