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Brexit, sustainability, global health, women's rights

Posted on 5 October 2018

Find out something new at our free Open Lectures - everyone welcome.

Challenges and opportunities in the Anthropocene
Monday 8 October
Hear from award-winning scientists and authors and join the debate.

Global Health Histories Seminar 111: Zika
Monday 8 October
The second in this term's Global Health Histories seminars, focusing on the Brazilian experience of the Zika epidemic.

The afterlives of Zika: Policy, science and civil society in public health
Tuesday 9 October
Exploring the role played by social movements and scientists in the response to the Zika epidemic in Latin America and the long-term repercussions of the epidemic.

From circuits to cancer therapy
Tuesday 9 October
Dr Sani Nassif talks about developments in Cancer Radiation Therapy.

The cure for psychoanalysis
Wednesday 10 October
The first in a series of three seminars this academic year by Visiting Professor Adam Phillips, writer and psychoanalyst.

Brexit and History Conference
Date and time: Thursday 11 October
Bringing together historians and social scientists to discuss the origins and potential impact of Brexit.

Designing materials to heal the body and detect disease earlier
Thursday 11 October
Outlining the latest efforts in the design of new materials to directly interface with cells and heal the body.

Defending women's rights in Brazil: Enduring challenges
Friday 12 October
Brazilian women’s movement, Movimento Graal, and its extraordinary work on the defence of vulnerable women.

Want to plan further ahead? See our full events listing.

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