Life at the edge: The dynamics of the outer region of Saturn’s main rings

Posted on 4th October 2017

Speaker: Carl Murray (Queen Mary University of London)

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The UK’s role in the Antarctic

Posted on 20th November 2017

Speaker: Rear Admiral Nick Lambert Rear Admiral Nick Lambert is a former captain of HMS Endurance (the UK’s Ice Patrol Ship). He will share his experiences of working on the Icebreaker and with the British Antarctic Survey, and discuss the future of the UK’s presence in the most remote part of the world. He has […]

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How to successfully publish scientific articles and books – Springer Nature Author Workshop

Posted on 20th November 2017

Workshop led by: Michael Leuchner The objective of this author workshop is to give an overview on scientific publishing and on how to be an effective communicator not only to be published, but also to be widely read in the field. It is especially tailored towards early-career scientists with little experience in journal publishing. The […]

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After the COP: What Happened in Bonn?

Posted on 20th November 2017

Following the first annual UN Climate Conference after President Trump announced the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, join OCS’s expert panel to discuss what progress was made in Bonn, including on climate change mitigation, adaptation, and loss and damage. Speakers: Dr Saleemul Huq – Lead Author on Adaptation and Mitigation, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate […]

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