UCL Lunch Hour Lectures on Tour at ZSL London Zoo
18 April 2018
Throughout May, UCL's famous Lunch Hour Lectures will be going wild in a partnership with ZSL London Zoo.
UCL Events is excited to launch this new programme of free talks ranging from discussions of biodiversity, unnatural nature, robots and conservation, and how humans fit into the animal kingdom.
Go on an adventure off campus, bring your lunch and your curiosity to the zoo and find out about exceptional research being led by UCL academics.
The lunchtime talks will be held across four Thursdays in May and take place in the Huxley Lecture Theatre and Bartlett Suite in ZSL London Zoo.
To find out more about each talk and register to attend, please see the programme below:
Thursday 3 May
Jack Ashby, Manager, Grant Museum of Zoology, UCL Culture
Thursday 10 May
Dr Richard Pearson, Director, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, UCL
Dr Stephen Price, PDRA, UCL Genetics Institute and Institute of Zoology (ZSL)
Thursday 17 May
Professor Steve Jones, Emeritus Professor of Genetics, UCL
Professor Helen Chatterjee, Professor of Biology, UCL Biosciences, and Head of Research and Teaching, UCL Culture
Thursday 24 May
Dr Seirian Sumner, Reader in Behavioural Ecology, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, UCL
Professor Kate Jones, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, UCL