Materials & Objects
Thursday 18th May, 2017, UCL Art Museum, 2-4pm
From Neanderthals to studying illegal objects and from building brains to medieval manuscripts come along and learn about exciting research happening across UCL. Join our enthusiastic PhD students for a series of short talks centred on the materials and objects behind their interdisciplinary research. The event will conclude with tea and refreshments where attendees will be given an opportunity to meet the researchers and discuss their work.
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This event is FREE but online booking is suggested via:
14:05 Marvelling at Medieval Manuscripts
14:20 Paper Technologies: 18th century notebooks and diaries
14:35 Invisible Boxes: Shaping the materials of archives and collections
14:50 Studying Illegal Objects
15:05 How to Build a Brain in the Lab
15:20 Shopping Around in the Ice Age: Where did Neanderthals get their stuff!?
15:35 Standing on One Foot: How bone reacts to activity
15:50 Closing discussion and questions, followed by refreshments
For enquiries contact our team coordinator Arendse Lund (firstname.lastname@example.org)