Nottingham Chemistry Public Lecture SeriesActivity by Samantha Tang | added on Jan 07, 2011 | United Kingdom
A series of free, public lectures
The University of Nottingham present a series of monthly lectures that aim to enthuse and engage the public in the latest developments in chemistry research. Chemists working at the University will share their passion for science and give informative talks on why this research is important to them, and it's impact on society. Each month will have a different speaker, and the lectures will cover a variety of topics, including green chemistry, astrochemistry, analytical chemistry, and organic synthesis.
All lectures are free of charge to attend and do not require advance booking or tickets. Seating will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Lectures start at 6pm on each date and finish at approx. 7pm.
|Topic:||public lecture, chemistry||Audience:||teachers, students, general public|