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Marking a century since the influential Second International Eugenics Congress was organised at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Professor Marius Turda has curated a new exhibition exploring the history and legacies of eugenics.
Oxford Brookes University is part of a consortium of 18 universities – the UK Reproducibility Network – that has received funding of £8.5 million, over five years, to encourage open research practices in the sector.
Join Shpend Gerguri and James Broughton as they discuss the case for reviving bamboo as a modern renewables bike frame material, exploiting its natural strength and inherent damping characteristics. Both speakers have first-hand experience of bamboo’s potential having been the first to attempt and complete the gruelling eight days TransAlps Mountain Bike race using bamboo bikes.
A free on-line panel discussion and Q&A, organised in collaboration with WEgate Summit 2021 on Tuesday 5th October between 16.30-18.30 Central European Time (or 15.30-17.30 for those joining from the UK).