Bob Lectures - The Best Of Bristol Lectures

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Episodios

  • Dr Debbie Watson – Product design and research with children: supporting children in care

    Dr Debbie Watson – Product design and research with children: supporting children in care

    26/03/2015 Duración: 50min

    Dr Debbie Watson, Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Bristol, presents her Best of Bristol lecture “Product design and research with children: supporting children in care”.26th March 2015, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol. Nominated by the Childhood Studies Society. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures. Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Andrew Grist – Veterinary Public Health and your Sunday Roast – the role of vets in the production of safe meat

    Andrew Grist – Veterinary Public Health and your Sunday Roast – the role of vets in the production of safe meat

    24/03/2015 Duración: 01h04min

    Andrew Grist, Continuing Education Manager at the University of Bristol, presents his Best of Bristol lecture “Veterinary Public Health and your Sunday Roast – the role of vets in the production of safe meat” 24th March 2015, Badock Hall, University of Bristol. Nominated by Centaur Veterinary Society. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Liz Gaze – Cadavers and computers: the changing face of Medical Anatomy teaching

    Liz Gaze – Cadavers and computers: the changing face of Medical Anatomy teaching

    19/03/2015 Duración: 45min

    Liz Gaze, Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Bristol, presents her Best of Bristol lecture “Cadavers and computers: the changing face of Medical Anatomy teaching“.19th March 2015, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol. Nominated by Galenicals medical students society. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures. Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Genevieve Liveley – A cyborg genealogy: science fiction in the classics

    Dr Genevieve Liveley – A cyborg genealogy: science fiction in the classics

    17/03/2015 Duración: 01h20min

    Dr Genevieve Liveley, Senior Lecturer in Classics & Ancient History at the University of Bristol, presents her Best of Bristol lecture “A cyborg genealogy: science fiction in the classics” 17th March 2015, Clifton Hill House, University of Bristol. Nominated by popular student vote. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Lucy Berthoud – The greatest show on Earth: Is there life on Mars?

    Dr Lucy Berthoud – The greatest show on Earth: Is there life on Mars?

    12/03/2015 Duración: 40min

    Dr Lucy Berthoud, Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Bristol, presents her Best of Bristol lecture “The greatest show on Earth: Is there life on Mars?”.   12th March 2015, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol. Nominated by the Engineering Design Society. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures. Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Merle Patchett – Damaged Landscapes of the Anthropocene: the cost of living in the modern world

    Dr Merle Patchett – Damaged Landscapes of the Anthropocene: the cost of living in the modern world

    10/03/2015 Duración: 56min

    Dr Merle Patchett, Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Bristol, presents her Best of Bristol lecture “Damaged Landscapes of the Anthropocene: the cost of living in the modern world”.10th March 2015, Churchill Hall, University of Bristol. Nominated by GeogSoc. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures. Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Pete Falconer – What makes a good film? Exploring film criticism and evaluation

    Dr Pete Falconer – What makes a good film? Exploring film criticism and evaluation

    05/03/2015 Duración: 51min

    Dr Pete Falconer, Lecturer in Film at the University of Bristol, presents his Best of Bristol lecture “What makes a good film? Exploring film criticism and evaluation”. 5th March 2015, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol. Nominated by DramSoc. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures. Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Ian Wei – The Idea of the University: the University in Crisis?

    Dr Ian Wei – The Idea of the University: the University in Crisis?

    03/03/2015 Duración: 01h22min

    Dr Ian Wei, Senior Lecturer in Medieval European History at the University of Bristol, presents his Best of Bristol lecture “The Idea of the University – the University in Crisis?” 3rd March 2015, Goldney Hall, University of Bristol. Nominated by popular student vote. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Jakob Vinther  Professor Mike Benton – Knowing the impossible: the colour of dinosaurs

    Dr Jakob Vinther & Professor Mike Benton – Knowing the impossible: the colour of dinosaurs

    26/02/2015 Duración: 50min

    Dr Jakob Vinther & Professor Mike Benton, from the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol, present their Best of Bristol lecture “Knowing the impossible: the colour of dinosaurs”. 26th February 2015, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol. Nominated by Dinosoc. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr Matthew Avison – Fighting antibiotic resistance: we’re all in it together

    Dr Matthew Avison – Fighting antibiotic resistance: we’re all in it together

    24/02/2015 Duración: 01h06min

    Dr Matthew Avison, Senior Lecturer in Microbiology at the University of Bristol, presents his Best of Bristol lecture “Fighting antibiotic resistance: we’re all in it together”. 24th February 2015, Hiatt Baker Hall, University of Bristol. Nominated by popular student vote. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures Subscribe in iTunes.

  • Dr James Norman – How to change the world in three simple steps: a guide to extreme(ly creative) sustainability

    Dr James Norman – How to change the world in three simple steps: a guide to extreme(ly creative) sustainability

    19/02/2015 Duración: 51min

    Dr James Norman, Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Bristol, presents his Best of Bristol lecture “How to change the world in three simple steps – a guide to extreme(ly creative) sustainability”. 19th February 2015, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol. Nominated by Deflections Civil Engineering Society. bristol.ac.uk/bob-lectures Subscribe in iTunes.

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