News and Events › Public Events in 2006
All talks, unless stated otherwise, take place at the Rothamsted Conference Centre, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2JQ and start at 7: 30pm. They are free of charge and open to the public. For further information telephone 01582 763133 ext 2260 or email Adelia De Paula at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2013 Rothamsted Research Public Events list can be downloaded in PDF format
The next generation of GM crops?
Tuesday 7th November 2006
This meeting considers recent improvements in GM technologies and future applications such as improving food quality and safety. What is the future for such crops in the UK and worldwide?
Rothamsted Open Weekend
Saturday 30th September 2006 - Sunday 1st October 2006
Rothamsted will be opening its laboratories to the public, with interactive exhibits on many different aspects of our science.› Click here for more information
150 years of the Park Grass experiment
Wednesday 24th May 2006
Park Grass is the longest standing ecology experiment of its kind. To mark its 150th anniversary, we will hold a special open meeting at Rothamsted Manor, followed by a walk around the field experiment.› Click here for more information
Having the nerve to travel
Thursday 16th March 2006
How neurones meet in the dark
Professor Phillip Robert Gordon Weeks of the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, King's College, London describes his work to understand how our nervous system develops.
Tuesday 31st January 2006
The most dangerous animals on the planet?
The latest on monitoring, repelling and controlling these bothersome and disease-carrying pests.
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Operates two national networks for monitoring insect populations in the UK. More...
Provides the research community access to a range of in situ state-of-the-art instrumentation in hydrologically isolated fields and farms to better address key issues in sustainable agriculture. More...
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These have been running since the mid 19th Century, provide a unique experimental system and archive of soil and plant samples. More...
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strategic funding from the BBSRC
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