Thank you for joining our week-long celebration of the rich research landscape that impacts our world with world-leading academics and experts.
Through our health and medical expertise, we examined the brain, the body, and the ways technology play a significant role in improving healthcare.
Sustainability and our strong relationship with the ocean were inevitably explored, confronted and communicated through dedicated sessions and days.
The week was also peppered within an assortment of topics including digital visualisation, arts, history, and digital rights in an internet age.
Fittingly for 2020, the festival also marked the Mayflower 400 commemorations through a contemporary response to our history and heritage.
How do we respond to global environmental challenges affecting our biodiversity?
Can we protect our children from the dangers on the internet?
What does a future of clean growth from natural resources look like?
How do we maintain healthy and productive oceans for a sustainable ocean economy?
These are just some of the questions our academics delved into, inviting academics, partners, businesses, students, and the public to sample a diverse programme that spanned a breadth of fascinating research projects.
Events listing | 20–24 January
Monday 20 January
Thursday 23 January
Images of Research Exhibition
An exhibition of images that capture the true essence of research by our postgraduate research students and research staff.
ITSMed Brain Tumour Research Symposium 2020 – Thursday 23 January
Public Research Programme
The year-long programme of public events showcases our research across a spectrum of topics. It presents the Inaugural Professorial Lecture series which celebrates the achievements of our academics who have been awarded their professorship; providing a platform for which they can share insights into their esteemed research.