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This event is part of the Friday Forums, a series of events consisting of a panel followed by an audience discussion. It is a rule of the Forum that half of the time is given over to audience discussion. Do come along expecting to be involved in lively discussion and debate. All Friday Forums are free with lunch provided and are open to all College members.

For The Good Science Project‘s fourth Friday Forum of 2024, we’ll consider how a scientist’s age affects the way they do science.

Image credit: Thomas Angus, Imperial College London.

 

Programme

12.20-13.00 – panellists and attendees arrive for an informal lunch (sandwiches and refreshments provided)

13.00-14.00 – panel discussion, chaired by Dr Stephen Webster, followed by audience Q and A and conversation.

Discussion points

  • How does your age affect the way you do your science?
  • How do your values change, as you move through the science career?
  • When we look back at our careers, or look forward, what ideas emerge?

Panellists

  • Professor Denis Wright (Emeritus Professor in the Department of Life Sciences)
  • Professor Clare Lloyd (Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Medicine)
  • Dr Sam Cooper (Senior Lecturer in Dyson School of Engineering)

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