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GREat talks at Medway

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GREat Talks. Free public lectures held by the Faculty of Engineering and Science on the Medway Campus

About the talks

Every year the Faculty of Engineering & Science run a series of free public lectures covering an extensive range of topics affecting our society and environment today. We call them GREat Talks because that's what we believe them to be, great talks delivered by some of our top academics involved in world class research. They will unpack the subjects they are passionate about and explain them in easy to understand terms so you don't have to be academically minded to appreciate the topic.

Talks will be held in our prestigious Pembroke Building on the university's Medway Campus at Chatham Maritime.

You will need to register for the events but there is no charge and light refreshments are incuded after the event as well an opportuity to meet the speaker.

As they are likely to be very popular, admission to these talks will be by registration only (see contact details below). Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Who we are

The Faculty of Engineering & Science provides undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in subject areas including chemistry, biology, environmental sciences as well as the major disciplines of mechanical, civil and electrical engineering. In addition, the faculty has a dynamic research programme encompassing projects with Pfizer, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Ford and major organisations including the European Union and the Technology Strategy Board.

Find out more

To register for a talk or for further information, please contact:

Telephone: 01634 883709

E-mail: FES-public-lectures@gre.ac.uk

How to find us

We're near Chatham Dockside Outlet. Follow signs for 'Universities at Medway'

For travel information for the Medway Campus visit gre.ac.uk/about/medway

About the Medway Campus


A forward-thinking university in a historic setting. Discover more about student life and the study experience at Medway Campus in Chatham Maritime, Kent.