To continue with the Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series at the Queen Mary University of London,Emilio Perez from the IMDEA Nanoscience Institute of Madrid is going to give a talk untitled : ” In control of surface and electronic properties of carbon nanotubes via mechanical interlocking”. Seminars take place Wednesdays, 1.00pm – 2.00pm (unless stated otherwise) in the Fogg Lecture Theatre, Fogg Building at the Queen Mary University of London.
According to new research from the Crick Healthy lung cells support the survival of breast cancer cells, allowing them to hibernate in the lung before forming secondary tumours. The findings could help the development of new treatments that interfere with this behaviour, reducing the number of secondary cancers.
Imperial College London has announced a set of major initiatives in the fight against climate change. A new research and education programme, Transition to Zero Pollution, is being launched alongside new investment and sustainability policies to find meaningful solutions to climate change. The project will inspire fundamental changes in areas such as the way materials are used in manufacturing, how we produce food and energy, and will help mitigate the impact of air pollution on people’s health.
This Saturday 7th of March at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, there is the chance of meeting scientists to investigate real natural history specimens from the collection. The visits are for children from 8 or more and they are for free.