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Lectures that are either Named Lectures (the Lewis Lecture, the Linnet Lecture, and the RSC lectures are all examples) or formal RIG seminars that are deemed to have an appeal across RIG groups. Ordinarily, each RIG may hold two department-wide lectures per term (typically up to 6 per year), which includes Named Lectures it has organised, and formal RIG Seminars with a department-wide appeal. Department-wide lectures should be scheduled during term time on Mondays and Thursdays (where possible), and there should be no more than one department-wide lecture a week. Department-wide lectures should always be entered on talks.cam. Graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend.
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2 upcoming talks and 58 talks in the archive.
Professor Stephen Buchwald, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Dr Richard Tillyer, Merck.
Monday 08 May 2017, 14:00-15:00
Professor Neil Garg, University of California, Los Angeles.
Thursday 11 May 2017, 16:00-17:00
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Other listsRethinking the Crisis - The case for a Pluralist approach to Economics Primary Care Bacteriophage 2017
Other talksDevelopments in Open Science in the Netherlands Pre-sheaves of spaces and the Grothendieck construction in higher geometry DIAL 1st year PhD student trial presentations Professor Alain Vanderplasschen: Conserved fever pathways across vertebrates: a herpesvirus delays fish behavioural fever through expression of a decoy Tnfα receptor Group Discussions (Isaac Newton Institute & Centre for Mathematical Sciences) Disentangling luminous and dark matter in gravitational lenses