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Trinity College Science Society Annual Symposium

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The Trinity College Science Society Symposium and Dinner is a unique event spanning an entire day of talks by Trinity students. At the end of Lent term every year, current students of Trinity College present their research and findings to their peers in a friendly, informal environment. There will also be some talks given by Fellows at the college. The event is free and open to all; no particular specialist knowledge is assumed. There is no need to stay for the whole day – just drop in on talks you find interesting.

10:00 Opening
10:15 Dr Serjeantson: Newton’s Inheritance: Natural Science in Seventeenth-Century Trinity
11:05 Kadi Liis Saar: Microfluidic techniques to study the biophysics of nanoscale processes
11:25 Alex Chamolly: Mixing the Ocean
11:45 Filip Szczypinski: Polyester-based synthetic information oligomers
12:05 Dr Stephen Elliott: Next-generation computer-memory technology: crossover between physics, chemistry, materials science and engineering
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 Opening of the second session
14:05 James Manton: Optical super-resolution microscopy for bacterial spore coat structure determination
14:25 Veronika Siska: Ancient genome reveals continuity in East Asia over the last 9,000 year
14:45 Neil Cunningham: Predefined or Random? Investigating the site of daughter centriole formation on the mother centriole using live two-colour fluorescence microscopy.
15:05 Dr Rick Livesey: Insights into human brain development, evolution and disease from stem cell systems
16:00 Break (tea and biscuits will be served)
16:15 Opening of the third session
16:20 Dan Malz: Quantum Optomechanics or The Science of Firmly Holding Stuff in Place with Light
16:40 Vasilije Perovic: Extremely Low Frequency meteor detection
17:00 Nick Kateris & Tejal Shanbhag: Gas Cylinder Vibration Characterisation
17:20 Dr Nir Navon: Ultracold Quantum Gases
18:10 Close

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