Please note that the programme is provisional and subject to change.
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Monday April 8th
12.30—12.30 Registration Opens and Poster set up in the Visitor Centre
12.30—14.00 Buffet Lunch available and NetworkingTuesday 9th April
08.15—09.15 Registration Opens—refreshments available
09.15—09.30 Welcome and Introduction
09.30—10.00 Plenary 1:
"Being LGBTQ+ In STEM", Dr. Alfredo Carpineti, IFL Science
12.15—13.45 Lunch, served in the Visitor Centre
14.00—14.30 Plenary 2:
"The Secret Rulers of the world: the Apollo Moon Landings, conspiracy theories and critical thinking skills in a “post-truth” world", Professor Anu Ojha OBE, Director, UK National Space Centre
14.30— 14.45 Move to Parallel Sessions (refreshments will be available throughout the parallel sessions)
14.45 — 16.30 Parallel Sessions
16.30—16.45 Move back to Pickavance Lecture Theatre
16.45—17.15 Discussion on afternoon sessions
17.15—18.30 Return to hotels
Speaker: Professor Sheila Rowan,
Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Director, Institute of Gravitational Research, University of Glasgow.
Transport will be provided. Further details to follow.
Wednesday 10th April 2019
08:30 - 09:00 Refreshments available
09.00—09.30 Plenary 3
: "Redefining the SI - telling the world!", Fiona Auty, National Physical Laboratory
09.30—10.00 Plenary 4:
"Reflections on the changing faces of public engagement – a journey with STFC", Professor Colin Pulham, The University of Edinburgh
10.00—10.15 Move to Parallel Sessions (refreshments will be available throughout the parallel sessions)
10.15—12.00 Parallel Sessions
13.30—14.00 Plenary 5: "
Engaging with public with plastic-eating enzymes," Professor John McGeehan
14.00—14.15 Move to Parallel Sessions
14.15—16.00 Parallel Sessions
16.15—17.00 Discussion on afternoon sessions and close
Thursday 11th April 2019
Meeting of the Research Infrastructure Communications and Engagement (RICE) committee.
From 09.00: Conference rooms CR16 and CR17, Target Station 2 (R80), ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.