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Rutherford’s Garden Energy Futures Interviews

October 14, 2015

Energy Futures interview series

As part of the Rutherford’s Garden arts/sciences collaborations research project (commissioned by The University of Manchester, artist/curator James Brady is conducting a series of one-to-one interviews with notable North West based researchers in the sciences and humanities. The broad theme is ‘Energy Futures’ and he will be talking to each person about their work and, in a wider context, their particular (professional and personal) positions on nuclear, fossil, and renewable energy. These interviews will be held in public at The Study, The Manchester Museum’s new research centre, during the Manchester Science Festival in October. The events are free and public are welcome to drop-in and listen. As a legacy, each interview will be recorded and subsequently made available online as a public resource.

Monday 19th October

11am

Dr. Mike Dempsey

(Microbiologist, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Managing Director of Advanced Bioprocess Development Ltd.)

1pm

Dr. Cathy Hollis

(Reader in Petrophysics and Production Geoscience, School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University of Manchester)

3pm

Vincent Walsh

(Director and Founder, Biospheric Studio)

Tuesday 27th October

10am

Prof. Melissa Denecke

(Scientific Director, Dalton Nuclear Institute, University of Manchester)

2pm

Dr. David Haley

(Ecological Artist, Senior Research Fellow, Director: Ecology In Practice MIRIAD, Manchester School of Art)

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  1. Rachel permalink
    October 14, 2015 4:52 pm

    Reblogged this on Herbology Manchester.

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