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20 February 202013:00

Cultural Evolution of Folktales

Prof Jamie Tehrani from the University of Durham Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
19 February 202012:30

How to network more effectively

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Research EventsPeter Lanyon Seminar Room 2 Add this to your calendar
14 February 202015:00

Darwin Birthday Week Speaker

Our guest speaker for Darwin Birthday week is Prof Eileen Lacey from the University of California Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
13 February 202010:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Seminar Room AAdd this to your calendar
11 February 202010:30

Understanding and forecasting biological responses to climate change

Dr Ilya Maclean - Associate Professor of Global Change Biology from the University's Environment and Sustainability Institute will present his research at February's LEEP seminar. Full details
SeminarsPeter Chalk Centre 2.1Add this to your calendar
10 February 202010:30

How to network more effectively

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Research EventsLSI Seminar Room BAdd this to your calendar
7 February 20209:30

Data Visualisation Workshop (external)

The aim of this workshop is to share and discuss the some key principles for effective data visualisation and to inspire you to start to tell better stories with your data. Creating effective data visualisations is no longer a task for highly technical specialists and design professionals. In the modern workplace, we are all responsible for the data that we produce and learning how to effectively communicate with this data can be an invaluable asset. The workshop is aimed at anyone who works with data as part of their role. From administrators, analysts and accountants to researchers, teachers and senior managers, we can all benefit from learning the theory behind creating great graphics. Full details
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6 February 202013:00

The ecology and evolution of small, synthetic bacterial communities.

Short and long-term dynamics in a small bacterial community If you take a gram of soil or a swab of dental plaque and identify the species living within it, you will likely find tens to hundreds of microbial species. But these samples provide just a glimpse of an ecosystem that may be changing constantly, as species interact, adapt to each other and to their environment. If we are to understand how these ecosystems work, we need to follow these dynamics over time to understand how they play out. While this is very challenging in a natural system, we have developed a four-species bacterial community where we can do this relatively easily. I will start by presenting our first findings: that interactions between species are not static, but depend on the environment. A more harsh environment increases positive interactions between species. We then ask whether these positive interactions promote stable coexistence between species, and how they may evolve and adapt to one another. Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
6 February 202012:00

Global Challenges Research Fund

An overview and the future directions of the GCRF Food Systems portfolio (and gender across all of the GCRF’s six portfolios) and general commentary on the GCRF agenda. Full details
Research EventsStreatham Court B, Streatham Campus,Add this to your calendar
6 February 202010:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
5 February 202015:00

IP and Commercialisation

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Research EventsGreen Seminar Room, The Exchange, PenrynAdd this to your calendar
30 January 202013:00

Camouflage in a dynamic environment (CEC Guest Speaker)

Prof Innes Cuthill from the University of Bristol Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
30 January 202012:30

Introduction to Research Ethics Review

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Research EventsOld LibraryAdd this to your calendar
30 January 202010:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
29 January 202015:00

IDSAI Seminar - Dr Adam Sobey: The underrated importance of diversity in Genetic Algorithms

Watch the recording of the seminar from Dr Adam Sobey, lecturer at the University of Southampton. Full details
SeminarsHarrison Building 101Add this to your calendar
28 January 20209:30

The Grandkids aren't alright: The intergenerational Effects of Prenatal Pollution Exposure

Jonathan Colmer - Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Virginia Full details
SeminarsPeter Chalk Centre 1.2Add this to your calendar
23 January 202013:00

Vision and signaling behaviour in cleaner shrimp-client fish mutualisms (CEC Guest Speaker)

Dr Eleanor Caves from the University of Exeter Full details
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22 January 202015:00

IDSAI Seminar - Sharing your data story: how to get the most impact from your data and research

Watch the recording of the seminar from Dr Sarah Callaghan, Editor-in-Chief, Patterns. Full details
SeminarsLaver Building LT3Add this to your calendar
21 January 202017:00

Engineering & Entrepreneurship Seminar Series Talk: 10 lessons that can lead to success and doing your best ever work: A reflection on my 27 years in business.

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Research EventsInnovation Centre CafeAdd this to your calendar
9 January 202010:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
19 December 201914:30

IDSAI Seminar and Christmas Reception: Professor Steve Roberts

Please join us for this IDSAI Seminar and Christmas Reception to hear from Professor Steve Roberts, Director of the Oxford-Man Institute and Professor of Information Engineering, plus poetry from special guest Judy Brown. Full details
SeminarsXFI Henderson Lecture Theatre & by VC to DM Seminar Room GAdd this to your calendar
18 December 201910:00

Introduction to Research Ethics Review

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Research EventsPeter Lanyon BuildingAdd this to your calendar
12 December 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
11 December 201918:00

Sound in the Sea: Diving Home for Christmas

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Research EventsForum Alumni Auditorium LTAdd this to your calendar
5 December 201913:00

Embracing complexity in experimental evolution of bacteria - Phage communities

Bacteria exist in hugely diverse communities and engage in interactions not just with other species - but also with a menagerie of genetic elements, like plasmids and phages, which infect, kill, benefit and manipulate their bacterial hosts. Interactions between these elements and their bacterial hosts play an important part in shaping the ecology of microbial communities and driving bacterial evolution. A key tool for understanding these interactions has been the use of experimental evolution; understanding evolutionary dynamics in simplified, highly controlled communities but limitations on what we can learn from 'abstract' experimental systems is driving a shift to expand this approach into complex, (more) natural microbial communities. I will present my work showing how genetic elements can alter the outcome of bacterial evolution in the lab, as well as introduce novel work to understand bacterial - genetic element interactions in the wild. Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
5 December 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
4 December 201910:00

GW4 3Rs Symposium 2019

The second GW4 3Rs Symposium is to be held at the University of Exeter and is jointly hosted by the NC3Rs (National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research). Full details
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3 December 201917:00

Engineering & Entrepreneurship Seminar Series: Social Enterprise, Innovating To Save The Planet

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Research EventsThe Deck, Innovation Centre, Streatham Campus, EX4 4RNAdd this to your calendar
28 November 201913:00

Sexual Selection, Speciation & Genomic Divergence

Prof Mike Ritchie, University of St Andrews Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
28 November 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
26 November 201911:00

Royal Society Funding Presentation

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Research EventsLSI Seminar Room AAdd this to your calendar
25 November 201912:30

Introduction to Research Ethics Review

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Research EventsOld LibraryAdd this to your calendar
21 November 201913:00

Urban Drivers of Biodiversity Change, Across Scales

Prof Margaret Stanley, University of Auckland, NZ Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
21 November 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
20 November 201913:30

The hidden curriculum for Widening Participation Students

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Research EventsBateman Lecture Theatre, Building One, University of Exeter, Business School, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4STAdd this to your calendar
20 November 201913:00

Just Pottering About? Domestic Gardens and Sustainability talk

Oliver Gilbert in his pioneering book (The Flowering of Cities 1992) comments that there is more biodiversity in the average suburban garden than in many rural areas. This is mainly due to chemical based industrial farming resulting in ‘bleaching’ of the countryside Full details
Research EventsRevithick Room, Environment and Sustainability InstituteAdd this to your calendar
14 November 201918:30

Killer Fungus

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Research EventsForum Alumni Auditorium LTAdd this to your calendar
14 November 201912:00

Born to be Wild: Life in the Infection Zone.

Life in the wild means being constantly being bombarded by infectious organisms both pathogenic and others that could be termed friends that form the microbial communities with which all organisms coexist. Animals cope with microbial challenge that results in a spectrum of outcomes that vary from tolerance to death. This is largely dependent on the type and strength of the immune response generated. This seminar will explore factors that affect immune variability in wild Rodent populations. Full details
SeminarsDaphne Du Maurier Lecture A Add this to your calendar
9 November 201914:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Understanding News Bias

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Research EventsForum Exploration Lab 2Add this to your calendar
9 November 201910:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Painting my Parish: Gorran

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Research EventsGorran Haven Old School Room, CornwallAdd this to your calendar
8 November 201910:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: The Science of Illusions

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Research Eventsroyal albert memorial museumAdd this to your calendar
8 November 20199:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Achieving Gender Equality

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Research EventsQueens Court Hotel, ExeterAdd this to your calendar
7 November 201914:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Happy to Share! Reducing loneliness and social isolation in communities

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Research EventsBelmont Chapel, Western Way, ExeterAdd this to your calendar
7 November 201913:00

What do we need to know to effectively predict adaptive evolution? Lessons from a model example of repeatable evolution

I am a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow at the University of Bath within the Milner Centre for Evolution. My lab broadly focuses on using experimental evolution to understand fundamental questions concerning ecological and evolutionary processes. Specifically, we use microbial experimental evolution in combination with molecular and bioinformatic techniques to determine the evolutionary drivers of gene regulatory networks (GRNs). Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
7 November 201912:15

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Researching Disability and Impairment

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Research Eventsroyal albert memorial museumAdd this to your calendar
7 November 201910:00

Running a successful campaign

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Research EventsThe Deck, Innovation CentreAdd this to your calendar
6 November 201914:00

Workshop: how does Parliament use research?

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Research EventsHarrison Building 101Add this to your calendar
4 November 201910:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Scientific Evidence of the Effectiveness of Surfing on Wellbeing

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Research EventsThe Barnstaple Hotel, BarnstapleAdd this to your calendar
2 November 201911:00

ESRC Festival of Social Science: Experiential Learning Day at Oxen Park Farm

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Research EventsOxen Park Farm, Teign ValleyAdd this to your calendar
31 October 201913:00

Conservation opportunities for pollinators in urban areas

Conservation opportunities for pollinators in urban areas Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
30 October 201912:30

The Prevent Duty and Freedom of Expression - staff talk

The Prevent duty places a statutory obligation on the University to have due regard to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. This event discusses the relationship between the Prevent duty, freedom of speech and our core values Full details
Staff eventXFI Henderson Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
28 October 201911:45

ESRC, Social Sciences and the New Funding Landscape

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Research EventsKnightleyAdd this to your calendar
25 October 201910:00

Open Research Day

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Research EventsSouth Cloisters 1.21Add this to your calendar
24 October 201917:00

From Physics PhD to Entrepreneur with Steve Kitson

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Research EventsInnovation Centre CafeAdd this to your calendar
24 October 201914:30

Research Ethics and Data Sharing

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Research EventsForumTraining Room Forum Library (entrance via the Forum Library)Add this to your calendar
24 October 201913:30

Introduction to Research Ethics Review

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Research EventsOld LibraryAdd this to your calendar
24 October 201913:00

The evolutionary ecology of maternal investment

I am interested in understanding the causes and consequences of phenotypic variation in early life history and developmental traits. For my PhD research at Monash University, Australia, I measured metabolic scaling with size and temperature during development in marine invertebrates and fish to examine processes underlying patterns central to life-history theory. I used a combination of field work, measures of physiological rates, and meta-analyses to propose potentially general mechanisms for variation in maternal investment strategies. In my current work as a postdoctoral fellow at Lund University, Sweden, I am interested in understanding the contribution of maternal effects as mechanisms for rapid counter-gradient adaptation in wall lizards. Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
24 October 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
23 October 201913:00

Climate Justice Seminar by Alice Venn

Exeter Law School lecturer and ESI Affiliate AIice Venn will present some of the findings from her research examining the potential of human rights law to respond to the lacunae in the existing frameworks that serve to restrict the protections available to climate vulnerable states and peoples, and to drive more ambitious action by policy makers. Full details
SeminarsTrevithick Room, Environment and Sustainability InstituteAdd this to your calendar
23 October 201910:00

Open Research Day

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Research EventsXFi G15 Seminar Room DAdd this to your calendar
23 October 20199:00

Export Control - half/one day course

The morning session will provide a general introduction suited to a broader audience including senior staff. Full details
Research EventsLSI Seminar Room BAdd this to your calendar
22 October 201910:00

Write your Data Management Plan using DMPonline

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Research EventsHaighton Library Student Presentation Room Add this to your calendar
21 October 201914:30

Plausible futures for a sustainable industrial system

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Research EventsHarrison Room 170Add this to your calendar
21 October 201910:00

Write your Data Management Plan using DMPonline

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Research EventsPeter Chalk Centre 1.2Add this to your calendar
18 October 201910:00

ESI Think Tank: Extreme Environments

Extreme Environments has been flagged in the Cornwall 2030 Strategy as a possible research theme and centre/institute, as it is thought to have coherence across the campus and the wider university. The Think Tank will give researchers from different disciplines an opportunity to come together to discuss and debate this proposal. Full details
Research EventsEnvironment and Sustainability InstituteAdd this to your calendar
17 October 201913:00

A Tinbergian approach to understanding an extended phenotype

Prof Sue Healy, University of St Andrews Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
17 October 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
16 October 201913:00

Forestry Commission talk by Colin Hawke

More details to follow. Full details
Research EventsEnvironment and Sustainability InstituteAdd this to your calendar
12 October 201913:00

CEC Guest Speaker

Prof Nick Graham, University of Lancaster Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
11 October 201916:00

Edze Westra professorial inaugural lecture

The evolution of host defence mechanisms and how they can be overcome - insights from bacteria-phage interactions.” Chaired by Prof Angus Buckling and Vote of Thanks from Prof Dave Hodgson. Full details
LecturesDaphne Du Maurier Building, Lecture Theatre AAdd this to your calendar
11 October 201915:30

Professor Xiao-Li Meng: AI, Beatles, and Elections - A Nano Tour of Data Science

Professor Xiao-Li Meng is the Whipple V.N. Jones Professor of Statistics at Harvard University and the Editor in Chief of the Harvard Data Science Review. Professor Meng received his BS in mathematics from Fudan University in 1982 and his PhD in statistics from Harvard in 1990. He was on the faculty of the University of Chicago from 1991 to 2001 before returning to Harvard, where he served as the Chair of the Department of Statistics (2004-2012) and the Dean of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (2012-2017). Full details
SeminarsLSI Seminar Room A&BAdd this to your calendar
10 October 201913:00

The biodiversity value of degraded tropical forests

Over 400 million hectares of tropical forest -- an area the size of the European Union -- are slated for selective logging. In this talk I explore the impacts of selective logging and options to improve the conservation outcomes of these lands. Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
10 October 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
9 October 201917:30

Public lecture: Adam Henson

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Research EventsXFI Henderson Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
8 October 201915:00

Professor Dong Nguyen: Natural Language Processing (NLP) for computational social science

Professor Dong Nguyen is assistant professor at Utrecht University. She was previously a research fellow at the Turing Institute. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Twente having received a master's degree from the Language Technologies Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Twente. Full details
SeminarsLSI Seminar Room A&BAdd this to your calendar
4 October 201913:00

Selection in relation to sex: Genomic consequences of sexual selection

Selection in relation to sex: Genomic consequences of sexual selection Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
3 October 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
2 October 201918:30

Valuing Nature Keynote Lecture

This Valuing Nature Keynote Lecture will be given by Dr Nicola Beaumont from Plymouth Marine Laboratory Full details
LecturesXFI Henderson Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
1 October 201915:00

Overview of Science Communication Education and Training in the UK

This CRPL research tea will explore how training in effective science communication is delivered to science-based students across the UK Speaker: Sawsan Khuri, Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences, University of Exeter College of Medicine and Health Full details
Research EventsStaff House Add this to your calendar
27 September 201916:00

ESI Creative Exchange: Art and Energy Talk

Artists Chloe Uden and Naomi Wright and post-doc researcher Katie Shanks explore solar panels as places for artworks of the future. Full details
Research EventsEnvironment and Sustainability InstituteAdd this to your calendar
26 September 201913:00

Macroecology and macroevolution of plant-pollinator interactions

Macroecology and macroevolution of plant-pollinator interactions Full details
SeminarsChapel Lecture TheatreAdd this to your calendar
26 September 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
24 September 201915:00

Seed Corn Information Event

This launch event is open to all researchers, academics and clinicians who want to find our more about seed corn projects. The deadline for our next round of applications is the 21st October 2019. Here you can find out about available funding, collaboration opportunities, application advice and project suitability, as well as speak to people who have taken part in previous seed corn projects. Full details
Research EventsLSI Seminar Room AAdd this to your calendar
19 September 201910:30

QBME Drop-in Session - Streatham

We can provide quantitative support for biomedical and clinical research projects. The QBME research group works across all three STEM colleges - CLES, EMPS and CMH. We are a team of quantitative researchers who collaborate widely across the clinical and biomedical sciences and are always keen to forge new connections across the University. Our research fellows have expertise in mathematical modelling, bioinformatics, image analysis, machine learning and more. Alongside the support of a research fellow, the QBME offers funding (up to £10k) for seed corn projects to launch new research collaborations. Since this program began in 2015, >30 awards have been made to UoE affiliated researchers. Come and say hello in an informal setting, ask questions and find out how we can help with your research. Full details
Research EventsLSI Weston HubAdd this to your calendar
18 September 201917:15

The Race is On: Secrets and Solutions of Climate

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Research EventsPMS Lecture Theatre, RILD Building, Barrack Road, EX2 5DWAdd this to your calendar
13 September 201911:00

Medicines Discovery Catapult

The Wellcome Trust funded ISSF 3 programme’s Industry Research Team, based at the University of Exeter’s Living Systems Institute (LSI), has arranged for the Medicines Discovery Catapult (MDC) to visit the LSI on Friday, 13th September 2019. The aim of the programme is to help promote innovation in the local Exeter-based life sciences ecosystem. This event is open to academics across the University of Exeter and SMEs with links to the University. The event (including lunch) is free to attend, but registration is necessary. Full details
Research EventsLSI Seminar RoomsAdd this to your calendar
2 - 5 September 201911:30

ICTALS 2019 (International Conference for Technology and Analysis of Seizures)

ICTALS2019 aims to bring together neurologists, neuroscientists, researchers from quantitative disciplines and people with lived experience of epilepsy in order to work as a community to advance our understanding of epilepsy and develop practical ways to improve diagnosis and treatment. Full details
ConferencesXFiAdd this to your calendar