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Unlocking the future

'Unlocking the future' is a series of free Science and Technology talks in Lancaster this winter, delivered by Lancaster University PhD students and early career researchers.

Following the success of last year's 'The Power Of...' lectures last autumn, this year's talks take the theme of unlocking the future of science and technology.

Each talk covers the latest science and technology research at Lancaster, from physics to psychology, to global warming and the wonder of quantum physics.

The weekly lecture series, at The Storey in Lancaster, starts on Tuesday 18 November. The talks are completely free, though you will need to book online.

List of talks

The Web of Lies: Deception and fake identities on- and offline

The Web of Lies: Deception and fake identities on- and offline

Alastair Baron / Lara Warmelink

Tuesday 18 November 2014, 1900-2000
The Storey Institute, Lancaster

Mighty metals: Probing nuclear waste and expediting drug discovery

Mighty metals: Probing nuclear waste and expediting drug discovery

Dr Vil Franckevičius / Dr Fabrice Andrieux

Tuesday 25 November 2014, 1900-2000
The Storey Institute, Lancaster

The Impacts of Climate Change: From Global to Local

The Impacts of Climate Change: From Global to Local

Robin Frost / Hugo Winter

Tuesday 02 December 2014, 1900-2000
The Storey Institute, Lancaster

Trusting Quantum Physics: Lighting the way to secure communications

Trusting Quantum Physics: Lighting the way to secure communications

Dr Rob Young

Tuesday 09 December 2014, 1900-2000
The Storey Institute, Lancaster