News and Events › Public Events in 2008
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 email@example.com
The 2013 Rothamsted Research Public Events list can be downloaded in PDF format
Cultivating the next generation of scientists
Wednesday 26th November 2008
Rothamsted Research's work with Schools
Contact Adelia de Paula for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org)› Click here for more information
How science can improve your food
Tuesday 18th November 2008
Thought for food: Science to help feed the developing world
Tuesday 16th September 2008
The current world food crisis has hit the world’s poorest the hardest. Hear about the work that Rothamsted does internationally in building the capacity of developing countries to feed themselves in the face of increasing environmental and economic pressures.
› Rothamsted International
Thursday 26th June 2008
Less Violence and More Sex – Pest Control in the Garden
Professor John Pickett will be delivering a presentation during National Insect Week. The lecture will be held at 6pm at the Royal Entomological Society’s new headquarters, The Mansion House, Chiswell Green, St Albans. All are welcome to the lecture, to book a place contact Kirsty Whiteford on 01727 899387 or email email@example.com› Click here for more information
› Biological Chemistry Department
› The Royal Entomological Society
Monday 23rd June 2008
Mosquitoes, the deadliest animal on the planet?
London's Chelsea Physic Garden
› The Royal Entomological Society
Food, fuel and finches
Tuesday 29th April 2008
Making room for farmland wildlife
Scientists from Rothamsted Research and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) will talk about current policy options and research projects that aim to make room for British wildlife while maintaining efficient crop protection.
Ben Osborne - Shell Wildlife Photographer Of The Year
Thursday 21st February 2008
Dog Days and Lion Nights
Rothamsted Camera Club and Rothamsted International Scientists and Staff Association are hosting an audio-visual show presented by Ben Osborne, entitled “Dog Days and Lion Nights”, capturing highlights of Ben’s filming expeditions to Botswana for the BBC. It will take place at 7.30pm on Thursday 21 February 2008, in The Fowden Hall and last about 2 hours. Tickets are £7.50 (including tea/coffee) are available from Rothamsted Reception (01582 763133) or Juliet Osborne (01582 763133 ext 2738). Please make cheques payable to ISSA.› http://www.benosbornephotography.co.uk/
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