Friday, 18 February 2011

Proud Horses and Jealous Dogs

Do animals have emotions? The vast majority of pet owners are very confident that they do, and yet scientists can often be sceptical. Dr Paul Morris, psychologist at the University of Portsmouth, is coming along to discuss his research into animal emotions and the science behind this complicated issue.

This event took place at Science Oxford Live on 17th February 2011.

Thursday, 17 February 2011

Wildlife Crime – The Threat to our Environment

Thames Valley Police Wildlife Crime Officer, PC Simon Towers, is joining us to discuss the problem of wildlife crime. With the help of some real exhibits and case studies, Simon will explore the impact that wildlife crime has on our environment, and how we combat it both practically and with forensic science.

This event took place at Science Oxford Live on the 10th February 2011

Monday, 7 February 2011

PechaKucha Night

Devised in Tokyo in February 2003, PechaKucha Night is an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. 20 images x 20 seconds is a format that makes presentations concise, and keeps things moving at a rapid pace.

In Oxford’s first PK night come and see some of the rising stars in the local creative industries in a fascinating fast paced evening! Devised and shared by Klein Dytham architecture.
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Featured Speakers:
Georgina Ferry – Dorothy Hodgkin
Anthony Hardwicke – Researchers in Residence –
Sami Mughal – Talking about Science
Clinton Montague – Roller Coasters –
Ian Griffin – Scale and Time –
James King – Synthetic Biology

The individual presentations are available on the Science Oxford YouTube Channel.

This event took place on the 3rd of February 2011 at Science Oxford Live.