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Monday 1st December 2014

Rise of the machines: Thomas Rid Inaugural lecture

Rise of the machines: Thomas Rid  Inaugural lecture
Date
01/12/2014
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Thomas Rid, Professor of Security Studies will discuss his next book, which traces the history of cybernetic myths from World War II to 9/11
Categories:
Public Talk
Tuesday 2nd December 2014

The Broken Glass Ceiling: is gender no longer a barrier to success?

The Broken Glass Ceiling: is gender no longer a barrier to success?
Date
02/12/2014
Description
Three influential thinkers will debate the new ways that gender, wealth, class, and education are interacting, and the societal implications.
Categories:
Public Talk
Thursday 4th December 2014

Professor Nicholas Shepherd-Barron Inaugural Lecture

Professor Nicholas Shepherd-Barron Inaugural Lecture
Date
04/12/2014
Location
K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre Kings Building Strand Campus
Description
Professor Nicholas Shepherd-Barron will deliver his Inaugural Lecture on Thursday 4 December 2014.
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk
Wednesday 10th December 2014

The 15th Paul Janssen Lecture

The 15th Paul Janssen Lecture
Date
10/12/2014
Location
Denmark Hill Campus (Institute of Psychiatry), IOP Main Building
Description
The lecture is named in honour of the brilliant Belgian pharmacologist (1926-2003), discoverer of major drugs in psychiatry such as haloperidol who founded Janssen, the pharmaceutical company. Lecturers are chosen on the basis of their global eminence in the field of neurosciences in relation to schizophrenia and their skills as communicators.
Categories:
Annual Lecture, Public Talk

The Organ Lottery: why access to more and better transplants matters

The Organ Lottery: why access to more and better transplants matters
Date
10/12/2014
Location
Henry Wellcome Auditorium
Description
Join Jonathan Dimbleby and a panel of experts as they reveal what lies behind a transplant decision, and why access to more and better transplants matters.
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk
Wednesday 11th February 2015

Veterans' Mental Health – Facts Fiction and Future

Veterans' Mental Health – Facts Fiction and Future
Date
11/02/2015
Description
This one day conference, hosted by the King's Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR), will provide attendees with an up to date view on both what is known about the scale of the problems faced by Veterans, and their families, and what is being, and can be, done to improve the situation.
Categories:
Conference
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