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Trinity College Science Society 11th Annual Research Symposium

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Trinity College Science Society is the most active science society in Cambridge, providing a rich programme of seminar series, panel discussions, film nights, and other social events. While based in Trinity College, all talks are free and open to all members of the university and the general public, and are accompanied by generous refreshments.

This year sees our 11th Anniversary Annual Symposium and Dinner, held on Sunday 2nd March. The symposium is a day of multidisciplinary scientific exchange, culminating in a fantastic dinner in the Old Kitchens. In addition to talks by students, the symposium will feature talks by distinguished speakers, Dr. Murray Stewart and Professor Ali Alavi.

Looking ahead to next term, TCSS will be celebrating May Week in style at the annual Garden Party on the Fellows’ Bowling Green on 15th June.

1030 Dr. Murray Stewart Nuclear Trafficking and Maxwell’s Daemon

1120 Jehangir Cama A Label-free Microfluidic Assay to study drug diffusion through lipid membranes

1150 Karim Ahmed Modulating Mutagenesis in Cancer

1400 Kerrie Taylor-Jones Frontiers of Geothermobarometry

1430 Kris Parag Fundamental Limits on Invertebrate Vision

1500 Indranil Banik Galaxies Without Dark Matter

1530 Thomas Gillespie Knot Theory and DNA

1630 Prof. Ali Alavi Quantum Chemical Games of Life

1720 Tim Hele Calculating reaction rates: from Arrhenius to the present

1750 Dr. Mikhail Kabeshov Applied computational chemistry in organic synthesis

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