Author Archives: TerryG

Welcome to the Knutsford SciBar Website

Following the success of Dr. Darren Graham’s excellent talk on Terahertz Radiation in April, we look forward to another live session at The Angel. In a slight change to the previously advertised talk, Catherine Eagle, a PhD student in the … Continue reading

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11th July 2022 – Black Holes

Postponed from December 2021, we are pleased to welcome Jeff Forshaw, Professor of Particle Physics at the Department of Physics in the University of Manchester. Jeff has recently completed a book entitled “Black Holes: The Key to Understanding the Universe” … Continue reading

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13th June 2022 – Can Carbon Dioxide be Useful?

Catherine Eagle is a PhD student in the Department of Chemistry at Liverpool University. Her research topic is CO2 reduction electrolysers and focusses on carbon dioxide utilisation. In her talk, Catherine will cover: Carbon dioxide and the environment Reducing carbon … Continue reading

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9th May 2022 – Terahertz Radiation

We are pleased to welcome Dr Darren Graham of the Photon Science Institute at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester.

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11th April 2022 – A New Approach to Developing Antivirals

Dr. Sam Jones is a Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw Fellow in the Department of Materials at the University of Manchester where he heads up the Jones Lab which focuses on understanding material/virus interactions. Sam says “By understanding and controlling such interactions … Continue reading

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14th March 2022 – Reduce, Replace, Refine

The path to eliminating animal experiments in drug discovery Professor Ian Wilson of the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London will pose a range of questions and lead the debate. Ian’s alternative subtitle for the talk is “How to get … Continue reading

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