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Free online Life Fantastic CHRISTMAS LECTURES teaching resources

Posted by , on 11 March 2014

The 2013 Life Fantastic CHRISTMAS LECTURES® presented by Alison Woollard from the University of Oxford, explored the frontiers of developmental biology and uncovered the remarkable transformation of a single cell ...

Of worms and (wo)men: reflections on the ‘Life Fantastic’ CHRISTMAS LECTURES 2013

Posted by , on 27 February 2014

On receiving an e-mail from the Royal Institution back in March 2013 inviting me to submit a proposal for the delivery of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES, my first reaction was to ...

RI Christmas Lectures 2013- Developmental Biology in the spotlight

Posted by , on 20 December 2013

The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures are an annual event where science is celebrated and young people are inspired. This year’s lectures celebrate the Life Fantastic, and will showcase the excitement, ...

How Unique Are We?

Posted by , on 3 October 2013

Last week, The Company of Biologists hosted a workshop on “The Evolution of the Neocortex: How Unique are We?”. Some of the people who attended that meeting will be writing ...

How unique are we?- a talk at the Royal Institution

Posted by , on 20 August 2013

As you may be aware, The Company of Biologists launched its own series of Workshops in 2010. Coming up this September is the workshop ‘Evolution of the human neocortex- how ...

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