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Peterhouse Graduate Symposium

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Panel 1 (1:15 – 2:30)

Joe Hanly: Waiting in the wings: what can Heliconius butterflies tell us about evolution?

Charlotte Coles: Transonic Flow In Engine Inlets

Edwina Watson: tbc

Chiao-Ying Lin: Search for supersymmetry/extra-dimension with ATLAS detector at collision energy 13TeV

James Kidd: Emerging from ‘Emergency’: Lessons from the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960)

Panel 2 (3:15 – 4:30)

Vasilis Karlaftis: How statistical learning can rewire your brain

Evaline Tsai: Nanoprobes for sensing and imaging pH

Monique Merchant: Evolution, everywhere

Alex Cussons: Lutes and the Elizabethan Stage

Sabine Arndt: How the smell of rotten eggs may be helpful for heart attacks

Panel 3 (5:00 – 6:15)

Olivia Elder: The Word on the Street: Language and Word Games in the Graffiti of Pompeii

Pau Farres-Antunez: Pumped Thermal Energy Storage for Renewable Energy Applications

Cheng Yang: Homicide, Occupation and the Economic History of the eighteenth and nineteenth Centuries China

Deyan Mihaylov: Gravitational waves – hearing the Universe for the first time

Duncan Johnstone: Crystal Cartography: Mapping in multiple dimensions

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