Neuroscience

Seminars

The Neuroscience Seminars are intended to cover all aspects of Sussex Neuroscience from molecular and cellular neuroscience to neural circuits, behavioural neuroscience and computational neuroscience. Our seminars reflect the interests of neuroscientists across the campus drawn from Life Sciences, Psychology, BSMS & Informatics. Speakers are drawn mainly from across the UK and Europe, though we also have occasional speakers from further afield. Our recent speakers range from highly distinguished leaders in their respective fields to those at the beginning of their career but they all share one thing in common - interesting and exciting research at the cutting edge. Enthusiastic and interested members of the university at all levels are welcome to attend the seminars

All current seminars in our series are listed below.

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In case of fire, have a plan B: post-fire pollinator response ensures reproduction in a dwarf palm

Thursday 19 October from 13:00 until 14:00
Chichester 3R143
Evolution, Behaviour, and Environment Seminar Series
Yedra Garcia (CSIC)

Seminar Series


Nest defence in stingless bees

Thursday 19 October from 13:00 until 14:00
Chichester 3R143
Evolution, Behaviour, and Environment Seminar Series
Kyle Shackleton

Seminar Series


Infrared Spectral Histopathology: Moving Towards Clinical Transistion

Wednesday 25 October from 12:00 until 13:00
Fulton B
Chemistry Seminar Series
Prof. Peter Gardner, School of Chemistry, University of Manchester

Host: Prof. W. Brown


Large scale variation in rate of de novo mutation, base composition, divergence, and diversity in humans

Thursday 26 October from 13:00 until 14:00
Chichester 3R143
Evolution, Behaviour, Environment Seminar Series
Adam Eyre-Ealker (University of Sussex)

Seminar Series


Are microtubule vibrations the (intra) neural correlate of consciousness?

Monday 30 October from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC 4.03
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Stuart Hameroff

Host: Anil Seth


Unethical use of wildlife in tourism: what's the problem, who is responsible, and what can be done?

Thursday 2 November from 13:00 until 14:00
Chichester 3R143
Evolution, Behaviour, and Environment Seminar Series
Tom Moorhouse (University of Oxford)

Seminar Series


Involvement of truncated isoforms of somatostatin receptor in cancer

Friday 3 November from 13:00 until 14:00
GDSC Seminar Room
Biochemistry and Biomedicine Research Seminar
Prof Justo Castano, University of Cordoba

Host: Dr Teresa Gagliano


Cortex + CMOS: Distributed, whole-brain, single-unit electrical recordings

Monday 6 November from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC 4.03
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Adam Kampff, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, UCL

Host: Miguel Maravall


Designing New Routes Into Heterocycles: The Development of a Catalytic Gold-Carbenoid Approach

Wednesday 8 November from 12:00 until 13:00
Shawcross AS01
Chemistry Seminar Series
Dr Paul Davies, School of Chemistry, University of Birmingham

Host: Dr E. M. E. Viseux


Relative value perception in an insect: expectations and effort influence the perceived quality of food sources

Thursday 9 November from 13:00 until 14:00
Chichester 3R143
Evolution, Behaviour, and Environment Seminar Series
Tomer Czaczkes (University of Regensburg)

Relative value perception in an insect: expectations and effort influence the perceived quality of food sources in the ant Lasius niger


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