Join us at the Museum of Natural History for a free evening of talks and networking to celebrate the research behind our new exhibition, ‘Biosense’. The ‘Biosense’ exhibition features contemporary Oxford research, including how bacteria sense their micro-world, why oxygen sensing could revolutionise human medical treatment, and the way that the light around us affects our behaviour. This symposium is a chance to hear more from the leading scientists whose research features in the exhibition, and will be followed by a networking reception in the exhibition space. The event is free. If you have registered and are unable to attend, please let us know in advance so that we can reallocate your ticket. Bio Sense Symposium programme: 16:00 – Introduction: Professor Paul Smith 16:15 – Beyond Seeing: Dr Stuart Pierson 16:45 – Deep Breath: Professor Chris Pugh, Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe FRS, Professor Chris Schofield FRS 17:15 – Sensing in the Microworld: Professor Judy Armitage FRS 17:45 – Open discussion 18:00 – Drinks reception in the Museum Court For further information about the event please contact: rsvp@oum.ox.ac.uk For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/biosense-a-symposium-celebrating-the-research-behind-a-new-contemporary-science-exhibition-tickets-16860152169

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