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Research and Innovation events

Our events range from small, internal seminars to large-scale research conferences and presentations. We also regularly host research VIPs (eg, national Research Councils) and large industrial stakeholders.

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5 October 202214:00

Working with No 10 and ONS data scientists: data science for public policy by Dr Federico Botta

In this talk, I will present my experience of working with data scientists in 10 Downing Street and the Office for National Statistics. Full details
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11 October 202210:00

Communicating your Research to Policy Makers

Learn how to create engaging talks, videos, podcasts and shows based on your research. Full details
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12 October 202214:00

Deep-learning detection of harmful algal blooms by Dr David Moffat, PML

The detrimental effects of harmful algal blooms (HABs) on the marine ecosystem, human health, and shellfish and aquaculture industry are well known. Anthropogenic activities have led to an increase in frequency, extent and magnitude of HAB activity. Full details
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13 October 202212:30

Grave matters: harnessing the enduring power of prehistoric grave goods

Dr Anwen Cooper - Oxford Archaeology. Full details
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13 October 202212:30

Grave matters: harnessing the enduring power of prehistoric grave goods

Dr Anwen Cooper - Oxford Archaeology. Full details
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13 October 202216:00

ESI welcome back event

Event open to the ESI community (staff, students and affiliates) to welcome them to the new academic year, and particularly to welcome our new ECRs starting in September and October. Full details
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19 October 202210:00

Welcome to Westminster: The basics of UK policymaking

Learn how policy decisions are made in the UK and how you can influence them. Full details
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31 October 202213:00

The socio-ecological foundations of the Circular Economy in the era of the Anthropocene

Professor Stefano Pascucci is the Professor in Sustainability and Circular Economy at the University of Exeter Business School. He is also a Visiting Professor in Sustainable Business at the University of Auckland Business School. Full details
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2 November 202214:00

Design Thinking On Mars: Architecting New Systems for Collaborative Science on the Martian Surface

Sara Schnadt is an artist, designer and systems architect who works on the Mars 2020 Mission at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In her 22-year career in software, she has designed tools that provide wide access to civic data sets in the arts, digital journalism, data science for scientific research, and earth-observing and solar system aerospace. Since joining JPL in 2017, Sara has designed a system architecture for mathematical model management for use in mission planning for the Europa Clipper mission. She has also designed and implemented an architecture across the Mars 2020 ground system that, for the first time, formally captures science intent in the science team’s planning and analysis tools.. Full details
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16 - 17 November 20229:30

Rapid Evidence Assessments

Learn how to develop timely Rapid Evidence Assessments that can be used to inform decision making. Full details
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28 November 202213:00

Monitoring and mitigating marine megafaunal declines in the Anthropocene

Dr Richard Sherley is a Senior Lecturer in Marine Vertebrate Ecology at the Department & Centre for Ecology and Conservation. Full details
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