The 2017-18 FES Public Lecture Series programme is now available, all staff and students are welcome to register and attend these lectures.

To see the full programme of events see the 2017-18 Public Lecture Series leaflet. All lectures will be held in the Wardroom, Pembroke building on Medway campus. 

We are expecting the lectures, which are free of charge, to be popular so admission is by registration only and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Weds 22 NovemberDirect and indirect implications of climate change: from global challenges to regional consequences, Dr Conor Walsh, Natural Resources Institute
Weds 13 DecemberFrom Hook to Skywalker - The progress of bionic limbs, Professor Peter Kyberd, Engineering
Weds 17 January 2018Nanotechnology for synthetic fuels, Dr Petra Szilagyi, Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Environmental Sciences
Weds 21 February 2018Manufacturing Futures: Embracing the Opportunities, Professor James Gao, Engineering
Weds 21 March 2018Dunaliella - an extremophilic alga shaping a new kind of industry for food, feed and pharmaceuticals, Professor Patricia Harvey, Life & Sports Science

For further information please see: Faculty of Engineering & Science.