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Christmas Lectures 2013 highlights

Please find below the highlights of our Christmas Lectures 2013, which included talks from across the School of Natural & Mathematical Sciences:

Atmospheric Light - Dr Wayne Dickson, Department of Physics

The travelling Santa problem: an algorithm is for life, not just for Christmas - Dr Amanda Coles, Department of Informatics

Cramming my Christmas stocking: the importance of shapes and packing in biology - Dr Rivka Isaacson, Department of Chemistry

Making orange juice with your toaster: why we need better understanding of mathematics to avoid financial crisis - Dr Cristin Buescu, Department of Mathematics

Why was I late for school today? - Dr Hana Chockler, Department of Informatics

How chemistry makes Christmas yummy - Dr Sarah Barry, Department of Chemistry

Simulate me: engineering the virtual human - Dr Oleg Aslanidi, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Read all about the lectures and see the photos at our dedicated news page.

Watch all of the Christmas Lectures here:

 

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