A dinner to celebrate the successful conclusion of the 50th Anniversary Campaign in Japan is being planned for Saturday 14th May 2016, at the Ark Hills Club, Tokyo.
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Clancy Zhijian Jiang, DPhil student in Earth Sciences
In the making of Planet Earth: The Great Oxidation Event
Peter Bray, Fellow, Research Laboratory for Archaeology & Linacre JRF
Understanding the sources and flow of ancient metal: new chemical and theoretical approaches
Following a very enjoyable Lawyers' Network dinner at the Oxford & Cambridge Club in Pall Mall, London in October, a Lawyers' Network lunch is being planned on Friday 6th May, 2016, at 12.30pm. Lunch will be at Bacco, off High Holborn, London.
Dr McLean will give the Association of Commonwealth Universities Lecture on Thursday 28th April in the Tanner Room, Linacre College, at 5.30pm followed by a drinks reception. Dr McLean will then be hosted by the Principal at Guest Night along with other selected guests. There will be no Dessert on this occasion.
Julie Hussin, DPhil Student in Ethnomusicology
Evolutionary insights into medical genomics: the case of meiotic recombination
Bartlomiej Papiez, Research Fellow, Cancer Imaging Centre, Oxford & Linacre JRF
Engineers to fight cancer: Complex motion in cancer imaging
A Linacre College Dinner will be held in Washington DC on Saturday 9th April during the Oxford University North American Reunion, held for the first time in that city over the weekend of Friday 8th to Sunday 10th April.
Iliana Cardenes Trujillo, DPhil Student in Geography and the Environment
Drops of Energy: Understanding the relationship
between our water and energy systems in a changing world
Taryn McKenzie-Mohr, MPhil Candidate in Politics
Shrinking Civil Society Space in the Middle East and North
Richard Collins, DPhil Student in Inorganic Chemistry
Catalyst design for industrial polymerisation: Are two metal sites better than one?
Tomas Martin, Dept of Materials & Linacre JRF
Atom Probe Tomography at Oxford:
Understanding the properties of materials one atom at a time
Giulia Liberatore, COMPAS/ISCA, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow & Linacre JRF
Piety and urban mobility among young Somali women in multicultural London
Diana Maddison, MSt Student in History of Art
Gustave Caillebotte’s The Floorscrapers: Impressionism and Life’s Fleeting Nature
Lottie Field, DPhil Student in Ethnomusicology
Sound, Ethics and the Failure of the Avant-Garde
Megan Bushnell, DPhil Student in English
Defining a Nation Through Translation:
How Gavin Douglas Defines Scots Through the 'Eneados'