Monday 15th January starting at 7pm.
The speaker will be Dr Neil Gostling a Senior Teaching Fellow from the department of Biological Sciences at Southampton University.
His talk is ‘What is Evolution by Natural Selection?’
Neil is an evolutionary-developmental biologist by training and a palaeontologist by research. He has won a Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences Teaching Award and has been shortlisted for a Vice Chancellor Teaching Award.
The Regency Suite is above the Conservative Club in Shanklin in Palmerston Road just off the High Street.
The nearest car parks are in Landguard Road and Orchardleigh Road, both only two or three minutes walk to the Conservative Club. Parking is free after 6pm.
As we have to pay a rent for the facilities, we have to ask for a donation of at least £3 on the door to make sure we cover all our expenses. i.e. the rent, cost of speakers’ travel expenses and a meal, plus overnight accommodation if needed.
On Monday 13th November, starting at 7pm.
Professor Geoff Pilkington heads a brain tumour research centre at Portsmouth University.
He is a professor of cellular and molecular neuro-oncology. His team is working to find new drugs and develop innovative treatments, and ultimately find a cure.
The centre’s pioneering work includes isolating the defective mitochondrial DNA within cancer cells to change their behaviour, to stop them growing and spreading, and to make them less resistant to drugs.
The following talk will be on Monday 15th January 2018 starting at 7pm.
Professor Robert Nicholls of Southampton University in the Department of Engineering and the Environment will be joining us in October.
He will speak on “Engineering to ameliorate the problems of coastal flooding”.
Come and hear him talk and take part in the Q&A on Monday 9th October from 7pm.
The speaker will be Professor Neville Stanton in the Department of Engineering and the Environment at Southampton University you will be speaking about Highly Automative Vehicles (Driverless Cars).
He conducts research into the effects of automation on human tasks which has mainly focused on the development of vehicle automation in road transport.
Much of the initial research has been conducted in a driving simulator, which has subsequently led to test track and on-road trials.
Come along and hear him talk on Monday 25th September 2017 from 7pm.