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90th anniversary Thursday 17 March 201690 years of research at the University of Reading

Wednesday 12 October

This special 90th anniversary lecture will showcase a selection of research at the University, covering our five research themes: Food, Health, Heritage and Creativity, Prosperity and Resilience, and Environment.

Including:

  • The RESET project - presented by Professor Julie Lovegrove and Professor Ian Givens, Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences
  • Language and learning - presented by Professor Suzanne Graham, Institute of Education
  • Flooding - presented by Professor Hannah Cloke, Department of Meteorology

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About the lectures

The Public Lecture Series is a showcase of research highlights from across the University. Established over forty-five years ago, these popular lectures are given by Reading academics eminent in their field and cover a wide range of topical subjects.

Doors open at 7.30pm
Lecture starts at 8.00pm

Each lecture will be held in the Palmer Building, Whiteknights campus

Admission free, booking advisable.

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