Tuesday 17 December, 0915-1700 - Management School Building
2013's Christmas Conference has talks from all Science and Technology departments, finishing with a guest speaker.
For the first time, there will be a session of short presentations from final-year research students.
There's also the Graduate School Poster Competition, with 60 students from across Science and Technology presenting their work.
Please come along and support your department's students and early career researchers!
Conference highlights include a guest lecture from Professor Charles Spence:
Professor Charles Spence, Crossmodal Research Laboratory, Oxford University
In this talk, leading food sensory expert and Professor of Experimental Psychology at Oxford Charles Spence will demonstrate how we process smell, taste, sight, hearing and touch and the resulting implications for the way in which we design experiences.
For full details of this year's conference go to www.lancs.ac.uk/sci-tech/christmas_conference
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