The CEO of Cambridge Enterprise will speak about the commercialisation arm of the University of Cambridge, formed to help students and staff commercialise their expertise and ideas.
Professor Gareth Stedman Jones' research focuses on Marx and nineteenth-century socialism; he is currently writing a biography of Karl Marx. He will address Marx's view of what capitalism was and how it might end.
This lunchtime lecture will focus on the nature and dynamics of bullying and cyberbullying, together with factors that protect children from bullying and cyberbullying, and effective interventions.
This talk will highlight some of the major advances in machine learning over the past five years and discuss how the Lee Group is applying Machine Learning to problems in the natural sciences.
Selections from Melartin, Kuula and Sibelius.
Focusing on Shakespeare's most trenchant response to the Stuart accession, Macbeth, this talk will consider the use of Yorkism as a basis of an Anglo-Scottish conception of statehood.
Since the advent of CRISPR genome editing in 2012, basic and applied science has been transformed.
This talk will look at the future of quantum computers and what is required to make quantum computers commercially available.
In this talk, based on his research for his book, Allen Packwood will attempt to look behind the icon and the oratory and to examine how Churchill operated as Prime Minister.
Postwar California produced a distinct African American avant-garde.
Master's and PhD students are invited to the third mentoring event of the year.
A night exclusively for students of Wolfson College (full time and part time) to mark us being halfway through the academic year! This is a chance to discuss plans for the future and how the Development Office can support you both during and after your studies.
The drinks are followed by Formal Hall, which students will need to book onto separately if they wish to attend.
The President, Professor Jane Clarke will speak about strategies that proteins have evolved to prevent misfolding, as well as strategies to help women professionally.
The Bursar of Wolfson College, Christopher Lawrence, conducts this group of talented young brass players.
This talk asks what if anything this situation tells us about anthropology as a discipline and about comparison beyond anthropology.
Professor Paul Murdin will talk about his role in the discovery of the source of celestial X-rays in the constellation Cygnus.
This lecture will examine the history of Italy’s civilian nuclear program by looking at the social, cultural, diplomatic and economic meanings different actors assigned to atomic energy,
Attempts to apply evolutionary models and thinking to human societies have a dark past, ranging from Darwin's own characterisation of 'civilised' versus 'savage' races, to social Darwinism and eugenics, and the more recent efforts of some evolutionary psychologists to naturalise oppressive social stereotypes.
Recital to mark the PhD graduation of Dr Jinfeng Li
Jamshed, who invented the wineglass—what happened to him?
Where did those gatherings go? Where, that music and drinking?
- Mir Taqi Mir (1723-1810)
Ccooling based on pressure-driven thermal changes in liquid crystals promise novel environmentally friendly cooling technologies with high energy efficiencies.
A varied programme for brass quintet including works by Victor Ewald and Malcolm Arnold
This talk examines the political production and use of ‘missing people’ as a political, but ostensibly apolitical, category.
Works for choir and solo by female composers
Professor Rebecca Kilner tells us about how behaviour itself can shape the course of evolutionary change.
This talk presents data on biological processes in Antarctic marine species, and then shows why the impact of low temperature on protein synthesis is the likely reason for the results
Support team Wolfson as they compete in the 2019 May Bumps! Ticket includes nibbles and two drinks. Parking can be purchased separately, subject to availability.