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Research and Innovation events

Our events range from small, internal seminars to large-scale research conferences and presentations. We also regularly host research VIPs (eg, national Research Councils) and large industrial stakeholders.

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23 November 202214:00

Variant-level fine-mapping in major depressive disorder: new insights, new questions by Joni Coleman, Lecturer in Statistical Genetics at KCL

The adoption of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) has produced a statistical revolution in psychiatric genetics, identifying hundreds of regions of the genome robustly associated with risk for developing psychiatric disorders. Full details
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24 - 25 November 20229:00

International Conference on Solar Energy Materials and Technology

This conference is sponsored by the British Council under the joint UK-Saudi Challenge Fund Program 2022. Full details
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28 November 20229:30

Alzheimer's Research UK South West Network Conference

A fantastic opportunity to network and learn about the ongoing dementia research taking place in the Southwest!. Full details
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28 November 202213:00

Monitoring and mitigating marine megafaunal declines in the Anthropocene

Dr Richard Sherley is a Senior Lecturer in Marine Vertebrate Ecology at the Department & Centre for Ecology and Conservation. Full details
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30 November 202216:30

What do news media in Putin’s Russia reveal about the regime’s survival strategy?

Applying natural language processing algorithms to digital textual data sets from state-controlled television and online news transcripts, La Lova finds large-scale evidence of attempts by Russian state-controlled domestic television to amplify for its audience the importance of the Ukrainian agenda in the years prior to the full-scale war as a tool for distraction from domestic events, while better informed audiences were perceived by the state-controlled media in Russia as a challenge. Full details
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