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Talks are given by Darwin students, fellows and associates, intended for general audience. Meetings take place on Thursdays at lunchtime in the Seminar Room at 1 Newnham Terrace (access through the Darwin College dining hall) from 13:00 till 14:00. The event is open for everyone.

Darwin members pick up lunch from 12:45, as normal, taking it to the seminar room. Non-Darwin members are welcome to attend, although lunch is available only to the members and their guests. Wine will be served for everyone. The talk begins at 13:10, lasts for about 25 minutes and is followed by questions over coffee.

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4 upcoming talks and 292 talks in the archive.

Evolution, development and function of flower patterns

UserMs Alice Fairnie (Sainsbury Laboratory, Botanic Garden Cambridge).

HouseThe Richard King Room, Darwin College.

ClockThursday 21 February 2019, 13:10-14:00

Solving Darwin’s 'abominable mystery': the evolution and development of nectar spurs

UserMs Erin Cullen (Department of Plant Sciences, Cambridge).

HouseThe Richard King Room, Darwin College.

ClockThursday 28 February 2019, 13:10-14:00

Observing active galaxies, the sites of growing supermassive black holes

UserDr George Lansbury (University of Cambridge).

HouseThe Richard King Room, Darwin College.

ClockThursday 07 March 2019, 13:10-14:00

Learning from rivers about long-term controls on Earth’s climate

UserDr Jotis Baronas (Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge).

HouseThe Richard King Room, Darwin College.

ClockThursday 14 March 2019, 13:10-14:00

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