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The St John’s College Natural Sciences Society. Providing free wine and soft drinks as refreshments, and stimulating scientific discussion no matter your area of expertise or interest.

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Quantum mechanical modelling

UserProf Mike Payne ( Department of Physics).

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 24 January 2018, 18:00-19:00

The mechanical origin of Maxwell's equations

UserProfessor Malcolm Longair (Department of Physics, University of Cambridge).

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 22 November 2017, 18:00-19:00

Gravitational waves: a new window on the universe

UserDr Christopher Moore (Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics).

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 15 November 2017, 18:00-19:00

Insect conservation: conserving the little things that run the world

UserDr Edgar Turner (Department of Zoology).

HouseTeaching Room 1, Old Divinity School, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 18 October 2017, 18:00-19:00

Mechanics meets the brain: forcing neurons on the right path

UserDr Kristian Franze (Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience).

HouseLightfoot Room, Old Divinity School, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 11 October 2017, 18:00-19:00

Biomedical Physics: A Close-Up of Cancer

UserDr Sarah Bohndiek, Department of Physics, Cavendish Laboratory.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 15 February 2017, 18:00-19:00

Superconductors and Cryogenics for Energy Applications

UserProfessor Bartek A. Glowacki, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 01 February 2017, 18:00-19:00

The Evolution of the Early Solar System: What Magnetism Can Tell Us

UserDr James Bryson, Department of Earth Sciences.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 25 January 2017, 18:00-19:00

Quantum Effects in Biological Systems: using physics to solve biology and biology to solve physics.

UserDr Alex Chin, Winton Advanced Research Fellow in the Physics of Sustainability.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 23 November 2016, 18:00-19:00

Extending the Range of the Glassy State: novel properties and applications exploiting non-crystallinity

UserProfessor Lindsay Greer, Head of Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 09 November 2016, 18:00-19:00

Arms Races in Nature: Cuckoos vs. Hosts

UserDr Claire Spottiswoode, Department of Zoology.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockThursday 03 November 2016, 18:00-19:00

HPV: the reason why sex was a carcinogen.

UserProfessor Margaret Stanley, Professor of Epithelial Biology, Department of Pathology.

HouseBoys Smith Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 26 October 2016, 18:00-19:00

Mass extinctions and other evolutionary myths

UserProfessor Simon Conway-Morris, Department of Earth Sciences.

HouseFisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 19 October 2016, 18:00-19:00

Interested in Postgraduate study?

UserVarious graduates.

HouseFisher Building, St John's College.

ClockSaturday 15 October 2016, 18:00-19:00

The physics of swimming microorganisms

UserDr Ottavio Croze, University of Cambridge.

HouseCastlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John's College.

ClockWednesday 17 February 2016, 18:00-19:00

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