The Wolfson College Science Society, founded in the Michaelmas Term 2010, aims to promote science, medicine, technology and engineering research in College.
The Society hosts termly series of lay-friendly talks, which help to contribute to an understanding of how science and technology affect not only the way we live now, but perhaps more importantly, how they will affect our lives in the future.
Talks take place on alternate Fridays in Full Term. Meetings begin at 5.45pm with drinks; the talk follows at 6.00pm, with questions at 6.45pm and formal hall. Speakers are invited to the dinner, so there are opportunities to continue the discussion over the meal.
Forthcoming seminar talks
Please contact António Rodrigues with any comments or suggestions for speakers, etc.
Nominate a Speaker for the Science Society Seminar Series
Do you know a scientist who is also a great speaker? Why not nominate them to join our seminar series? You might like to nominate your research supervisor, a lecturer, a speaker that you have heard elsewhere; you can even nominate yourself! If your nominee is selected to join our seminar series you and the nominee will each receive a pair of complimentary tickets to attend Formal Hall dinner.
To nominate a speaker or for more information email António Rodrigues.
The Science Society is organised mainly by Junior Research Fellows and also other Fellows and Senior Members. They are always happy to welcome new people in the team. Dr António Rodrigues is President, supported by Dr Armando Maestro as Vice-President. The full committee:
Dr Antonio M M Rodrigues, Wolfson Junior Research Fellow (President)
Research Associate, Department of Zoology
Dr Armando Maestro, Wolfson Junior Research Fellow (Vice-President)
Research Associate, Cavendish Laboratory
Dr Philippe T Gilchrist, Wolfson Junior Research Fellow
Research Fellow, Department of Psychology
Dr Silvia Hernandez-Ainsa, Wolfson Junior Research Fellow
Research Fellow, Cavendish Laboratory
Nicholas Jose, PhD Student
Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
Bela Moosavi, BA Student
Natural Sciences (Biology)