Professor Anthony Hollander
As scientists, we're sometimes viewed as another species. I'm on a bit of a mission to break down that stereotype by showing that I'm a human being.
Twilight Talks are relaxed, informative evenings where members of the general public can come and listen, discuss and ask questions about the latest research taking place at the University of Bristol.
Find out what's coming up by viewing the latest Twilight Talks programme.
The talks can either involve an individual speaker or a panel, and relate to specific research themes or projects. To encourage debate and discussion, Twilight Talks are informal events, free and open to all. Often, there are opportunities to discuss issues directly with researchers, either during round-table discussions or through direct conversations afterwards.
The talks are held regularly in the early evening, at various venues in the centre of Bristol, during the year. They are free but booking is required in advance.
If you are an member of the University and interested in giving a Twilight Talk, or a member of the public interested in making a booking, please contact us; tel: +44 (0)117 331 8313, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also help academic departments to run their own discussion events, bringing researchers and members of the public together in debate. An example is a 2010 event on Synthetic Biology - which enabled a discussion about this emerging area of scientific research. To find out how we can support your public event, contact Kate Miller, Academic Liaison Officer; tel: +44 (0)117 331 8321, email: email@example.com
Look forward to seeing you at the next one!
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