Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture 2022 – “What has Particle Physics ever done for me?”

1 March @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lectures
These lectures celebrate the achievements of Dorothy Hodgkin (1910 – 1994), UK’s only woman Nobel Laureate (1964) in Chemistry. They are held annually, usually in March.

The Lecture was originally set up by Anne Mobbs in 1998 as part of the The Oxford International Women’s Festival.

The event is supported by Oxford AWiSE (who are responsible for organising and publicising the lecture), Somerville College (where Dorothy Hodgkin was a student and tutor) and in the past, Oxford University Museum of Natural History (where she pursued much of her research).

speaker: Dr Pippa Wells CERN – Deputy Director for Research and Computing

Dorothy Hodgkin Memorial Lecture 2022: ” What has Particle Physics ever done for me? ”

date: Tuesday 1st March 2022 time: 5.30 pm

venue: Flora Anderson Hall, Somerville College, Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HD

 

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