This is the first meeting of the Green Society, and I've heard a rumour there may be ethical/sustainable snacks present. We'll be brainstorming any ideas you have for what the Green Society should be doing this year, organising the events for Michaelmas Term, and having a generally jolly green time!
You are here
Claire Sexton, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences & Linacre Junior Research Fellow
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Ageing Brain
Peter Holmes, DPhil Student in Biochemistry
Tol-Tol interactions: Weak but crucial associations in bacterial cell division
Kazuya Ishida, Linacre's Artist in Residence, will deliver his seminar: Traditional Japanese Arts and Ceramics: Creating Ideas with New Materials in the UK. All Members of College are welcome to attend.
Carlos Rios Ocampo, DPhil Student in Materials
Photonic circuits: processing and storing data using light
Jean-Pierre Llored, Université Paris Diderot & Linacre Visiting Senior Member
Connecting Epistemology, Moral Philosophy, and Green Chemistry: Reflections upon the Relationships between Chemistry, Society and Environment
Join a college bar crawl in the city centre, through the bars of:
- Exeter College
- Wadham college
- Hertford College
Meeting at the CR on Friday 23/10 at 19:30. Bring cash as most colleges do not accept cards!
Linacre Old Members and Friends, who live in Gloucestershire, are warmly welcomed to an inaugural event for Linacre members in the county.
The Linacre Lawyers' Network will meet for dinner, at the Oxford & Cambridge Club, on Thursday 15th October. All Linacre lawyers are welcome to attend.
Anthropologist and film maker, Hugh Brody, presented a seminar on 'Representing Bushmen: the case of the ‡Khomani San'.
The 16th Annual Italian Linacre Lecture will take place in Florence. Full programme details may be found by clicking on the event title.
Old Member Robin Simpson has kindly organized this occasion to meet fellow Old Members and other Linacre friends over a leisurely hike along the Thames valley from Tilehurst to Goring. Old Member Professor Nancy Nichols and her husband Mike Green have also offered an opportunity to visit ongoing archaeological excavations of a Roman villa, located a five-minute walk from the Path.