From the climate crisis to global healthcare challenges, our planet is facing unprecedented change that relies on us all working together.
The global reach of research means that universities can be at the very heart of that ambition, bringing about the discoveries, innovations and social initiatives that can truly make a difference.
The 2020 Brunel Public Lecture Series shines a light on research that has a global impact in three crucial areas – healthcare, communities and conservation – and asks how we can all join together to find local solutions to global problems.
Join us from 6pm, for a 6.30pm start, and enjoy our complimentary drinks reception on Wednesday evenings in February. Click on the links below for an insight into each discussion.
Wednesday 12 February - Public Health and Personal Wellbeing. Book now
Wednesday 19 February - Community Voices and Collaborative Action. Book now
Wednesday 26 February - Preserving Heritage and Conserving Ecosystems. Book now
All of the lectures in the series will be taking place in the Eastern Gateway Auditorium, you can find out more about this building by clicking here. When you come onto campus via the main entrance it will be the first building on your right. Once inside there will be clear signs to direct you to where you need to go.
As this is classed as a public event and the lectures are all in the evening time you are allowed to park on campus free of charge as long as you arrive after 4.30pm. However, we can not guarantee that there will be be a space for your vehicle so if you do choose to drive please come in good time in order to find a place to park. If you choose to walk, bike or use public transport please click here to find the best routes to get onto campus.
For more information about the event or group bookings please contact the team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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