Antimicrobial resistance: how can physicists help? (Academics Unplugged semester 2)

General event

Antimicrobial resistance: how can physicists help? (Academics Unplugged semester 2)

  • Event time: 1:10pm until 1:50pm
  • Event date: 28th January 2016
  • Speaker: (School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Edinburgh)
  • Location: Lecture Theatre 201, Grant Institute

Event details

Academics Unplugged - the opportunity to find out more about the cutting-edge research taking place on campus - continues this semester.  The sessions, which involve talks and discussion, will take place at the King's Buildings on the 28th January, 25th February, and the 24th March. Save the dates in your diaries!


For further details about this and the other sessions this semester, see: http://www.ed.ac.uk/science-engineering/news-events/academics-unplugged

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