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Four speakers take ten minutes each to describe the big breakthroughs or events in their research during the last year:
What's hot in neuroendocrinology? CRISPR-mediated hormone silencing in vivo. Allan Herbison, Professor and Director, Centre for Neuroendocrinology
What’s hot in virtual reality? Holger Regenbrecht, Professor, Department of Information Science
What’s hot in writing (with artificial intelligence)? Craig Cliff, 2017 Robert Burns Fellow
What's hot in the medical humanities? Life sentences: the writer's gaze on illness. Sue Wootton, poet, novelist, Departments of English and General Practice
5.30pm, Thursday 20 July
Free, nibbles provided and cash bar available