The public are invited to join staff and students at a new series of free public lectures by some of the top academics at De Montfort University (DMU).
Called the Festival of Ideas, this series of talks will showcase research and projects happening at DMU and from 16–26 April.
From cyber crime and changing the lives of diabetics to project management and holography, the series is full of ideas which could shape the future.
To book a place at a talk please call the DMU Events team on (0116) 250 6031 or email email@example.com | |
These are the details of the lectures which will each last an hour:
A million pounds per hour|:
Professor Joan Taylor
Tuesday 16 April 6pm
Project Management - a lesson for Sir Alan's next Apprentice|:
Thursday 18 April 1pm
Performing Arts in the 21st Century|:
Dr Craig Vear and Kerry Francksen
Monday 22 April 1pm
Blood spot analysis – paediatrics to pensioners|:
Dr Sangeeta Tanna and Dr Graham Lawson
Tuesday 23 April 1pm
Gone Phishing: How to avoid being hooked and how to catch a thief|:
Professor Tim Watson
Wednesday 24 April 1pm
How to make a hologram|:
Professor Martin Richardson
Friday 26 April 1pm
More details can be found on the DMU Events calendar.
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