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Lectures and seminars

Regulation of inflammatory responses by sialic acid binding lg-like lectins (siglecs)

17:00 24 April 2014

(FLS) Greater Manchester Immunology Group Seminar Series

April Forum: “Market versus State? Responsibility for Sustainability Policy in Housing”

16:00 - 17:00 28 April 2014

The New Researchers Network is pleased to host Abigail Gilbert from the School of Environment, Education and Development discussing the way in which regulation of large scale residential…

Developing online research resources: ManReg’s disproportionality database

16:00 - 18:00 28 April 2014

ManReg’s disproportionality database, one of the outputs of a University of Manchester Research Institute 2013 pump priming collaborative research project, went live on 11 March 2014.…

GL Brown Prize Lecture 2014 - Porf David Eisner, University of Manchester

13:00 - 14:00 28 April 2014

Calcium in the heart: from physiology to disease It is 130 years since Sydney Ringer found that calcium is required…

Organizing societal impact:toward reserach-context specific strategies - Stefan de Jong

14:00 - 15:00 28 April 2014

Academic research and societal impact are increasingly mentioned in the same breath. Regularly as an opportunity, but even more often as a challenge. With my doctoral thesis I aim to…

'Doing Good and Feeling Bad': Psychiatry, Motherhood, and the Women's Liberation Movement'

13:00 - 14:00 29 April 2014

This seminar is part of the CHSTM Lunchtime Seminar Series, which is held weekly (during term time). All are welcome. For further information please contact…

Driven to Abstraction: some thoughts on Maltese Prehistory

17:00 - 18:00 29 April 2014

Archaeology Research Seminars

Science in Black: Scientists, Scientific Practice, and Scientific Intelligence in the Cold War

16:00 - 17:00 29 April 2014

This seminar is part of the CHSTM Seminars Series …

The Arabic Commentaries on the Hippocratic Aphorisms: Medical Theories on the Gendered Body, Fertility and Reproduction

17:00 - 18:00 29 April 2014

Sixth Seminar in MES Research Seminar Series, 2013-2014

An Athenian Red-Figure Kalathos in the Shefton Collection

17:30 - 19:00 30 April 2014

Classical Association Meeting

CIDRAL Theory Intensive: On Deleuze

15:00 - 17:00 30 April 2014

With Andreja Zevnik (International Politics) Required readings for the seminar will be: 1. 'Year Zero: Faciality' (a chapter in <i>A Thousand Plateaus</i>). 2. 'Immanence: A Life'…

Comparative Public Policy Seminar: Prof Richard Whitman

14:00 30 April 2014

Going Global or Staying Local? The European Union as a Global Security Actor

Getting the message: pre-mRNA processing and degradation

12:00 - 13:00 30 April 2014

Gene Regulation and Cellular Biotechnology - Spring Seminar Series 2014

Global Political Economy Seminar: Claes Belfrage

15:30 - 17:00 30 April 2014

Crashed Imagined Recoveries and the Fight back of Neoliberalism: The Icelandic Epic (or Tragedy)

Manchester Economics Seminars (MES): Prof Andrew Oswald

14:30 - 16:00 30 April 2014

The aim of the MES is to provide a forum for distinguished scholars to talk about their research to a general economics, rather than a specialist, audience.

MARC Talks - Alice in the Megalopolis: women and urban spaces in recent Brazilian media

12:30 - 14:00 30 April 2014

Alice in the Megalopolis: women and urban spaces in recent Brazilian media This talk will focus on the depiction of women in urban spaces by Brazilian media, with particular attention…

Mitchell Centre Seminar: Christoph Stadtfeld

16:00 30 April 2014

Title: TBC

Nanjing, Cinema and Global Memory Wars

16:00 - 17:30 30 April 2014

In December 1937 the Japanese Imperial Army reached the Nanjing. What happened in the weeks that followed has become a globally recognizable event that has echoed down the decades.…

Research Matters: Learning matters in research: a perspective from social learning theory

12:00 - 13:00 30 April 2014

Learning is often viewed as something individuals do as they acquire information and skills. It is usually associated with some form of instruction, often separated from practice. I…

Chaucer's Postcolonial Renaissance

17:30 - 19:00 1 May 2014

The Brook Lecture in Middle English. Professor Andrew James Johnston (Freie Universitaet, Berlin), discusses "Chaucer's Postcolonial Renaissance" at John Rylands Library. All welcome.

How does the human leukaemia virus HTLV-1 persist in vivo?

17:00 1 May 2014

(FLS) Greater Manchester Immunology Group Seminar Series

Research Seminar - Pamela Cox - 'Television and the People: TV History, Social History and Power'

16:00 1 May 2014

Research Seminar, Spring Term 2014 Pamela Cox (Essex) - 'Television and the People: TV History, Social History and Power' Events end at around 5:30pm, followed by drinks with the speaker.

School of Psychological Sciences seminar | Title TBA | Clinical and Health (C&H)

16:00 - 17:15 1 May 2014

'''Host:''' Prof. Alison Wearden, School of Psychological Sciences '''Speaker:''' Professor Trudie Chalder, King’s College London '''About the event:''' The School of Psychological…

Social Change in Venezuela: a view from the grassroots

17:00 - 19:30 1 May 2014

Rafael Ramos is a graduate of the National Experimental University of the Arts (UNEARTE) in Caracas, member of the youth wing of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (JPSUV), and…

The Latin acclamations of the Magerius mosaic

16:55 - 18:00 1 May 2014

Classics & Ancient History Research Seminar

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