The Science Colloquia take place in the Quiet Room (opposite the Computer Room), Wolfson College, at 7.45 p.m. on the following Mondays. For further information and abstracts of the talks, please contact Dimitrios Pinotsis (e-mail email@example.com). All welcome.
| 9 February
||Cosmology. The reality of Black Holes, by Professor Paul Murdin, of the Institute of Astronomy.|
||Computer Science. The economics of distributed computing, by Dr Andrew Herbert, Managing Director of Microsoft Research, Cambridge.|
||Neurology. Progenitor cells and nervous system repair in demyelinating disease, by Dr Divya Chari, of the Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine.|