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The University of Southampton

FNES early career Research and Teaching Fellow Conference Event

9:00 - 19:30
3 June 2014
Charnock Lecture Theatre National Oceanography Centre Waterfront Campus SO14 3ZH

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Event details

Early Career Academic representatives from the Centre for Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Ocean and Earth Science are organising this fantastic research day. There was a high number of excellent abstracts for oral presentations and the selected talks are now included in the conference programme below:

9.00-9.45 Registration

9.45-11.10 Session 1: Global to Smallscale

Christopher Pearce (OES) Reconstructing changes in marine carbonate production during the Palaeocene Eocene Thermal Maximum,

Robert Holland (CfBS) Burning water: Implications of energy production for global water resources

Anna Hickman (OES) Spotlight on plankton: the role of light for phytoplankton ecology

Gregory Ross (Chem) Reproducibility and error in drug-protein binding experiment

11.10-11.40 Coffee Break

11.40-13.00 Session 2: Technology

Alex Beaton
(OES) Miniaturised “lab-on-a-chip” nitrate analyser applied to high resolution in situ analysis of glacial meltwater, rivers and estuaries

Douglas Offin (Chem) Development, Characterisation and Testing of a Novel Ultrasonic Cleaning Nozzle

Maria Salomé Gião (CfBS) A high efficiency sensor device to collect Listeria monocytogenes biofilms from food industry surfaces

David Rusling (CfBS) DNA Self-Assembly: Nanotechnology from the Bottom Up

13.00-14.30 Lunch and Poster Session

14.30-15.50 Session 3: Elements to Organisms

Fanny Chever
(OES) The supply of iron from shelf sediments to the ocean

Sophie Benjamin (Chem) Chemical Vapour Deposition of Thermoelectric Materials from Single Molecule Precursors

Daren Fearon (Chem) Uridine Monophosphate Kinase – A New Antibacterial Drug Target

Anna Crisford (CfBS) Neuroscience and Caenorhabditis elegans aid drug discovery to combat animal and plant diseases

15.50-16.20 Coffee Break

16.20-17.30 Session 4: Keynote and Awards

Judith Lock
(Teaching Fellow, CfBS) Technology-enhancing a first year Biology field course

Steven Hawkins (Dean of FNES) TBC

17.30-19.30 Wine Reception and Networking

Practical Information:
There is NO PARKING available at the waterfront campus.
However, FREE return bus tickets for the UNILINK service can be provided – please tick the relevant box on the registration form.


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