Women in Science at Explore
When: March 8 2019
Where: Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Wednesday 8th March, 11.00 to 13.00
4th floor, Commercial Union House, Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne UK
In conjunction with International Women's Day (with speakers from Iran, USA and UK!), this special event invites three 'women in science' to speak about their current work as part of British Science Week 2019:
- Dr. Azadeh Fattahi-Savadjani of Durham University describes herself as an astrophysicist trying to understand how the 'faintest' galaxies form in the Universe, in order to gain understanding about the nature of Dark Matter and test the standard model of cosmology.
- Johanna Weston of Newcastle University is currently researching the role of scavenging amphipods in the ecology of the deepest oceans.
- Dr. Laura Greaves of Newcastle University is a senior research associate investigating the role of mitochondrial DNA mutations in ageing stem cells and cancer.
This event will be chaired by Maria Goulding. All welcome. Book your FREE ticket HERE
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