GLAM Engaged Research Showcase, 27 November
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Wed, 27 November 2019, 16:30 – 19:15
Weston Library, Broad Street
Find out about the wealth of research taking place across the University’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM) and the exciting opportunities for public engagement with research at the GLAM Engaged Research Showcase.
Join colleagues from across GLAM to:
- Learn about the origins of animals, bizarre carnivorous plants and 3D-printed historic musical instruments in our lightning talks
- Explore cellular mechanics and biomedical engineering with bubbles in our interactive demonstrations
- Play Medieval Islamic medicine board games and discover how augmented reality can help us see museum specimens differently at a range of information stands
- Take a guided tour of the Talking Maps exhibition
- Spark new ideas with researchers and public engagement experts over refreshments
4.30pm: Registration (Blackwell Hall)
4.45pm: Part 1
Lightning talks (Lecture Theatre)
6pm: Part 2
Welcome from Professor Anne Trefethen, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for People & GLAM (Blackwell Hall)
Information stands and networking over refreshments (Blackwell Hall)
Interactive demonstrations (Lecture Theatre)
Guided tours of the Talking Maps exhibition
The full programme will be online here shortly.
If you wish to attend the whole event then please select tickets for both Part 1 and Part 2.
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