In 2022 the YAE will turn 10 years old, and in celebration we are organising a seminar series to showcase the diversity of fascinating research within the Academy. Each month we organise a one-hour seminar with three short, accessible talks by YAE members for an interdisciplinary audience; one each from Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering, and Social Sciences and Humanities. Seminars are virtual, open to all, and filmed for wider dissemination.
Please keep checking our upcoming events for the details and registration of each month’s seminar.
Below is a list of speakers and the links to the recordings. The playlist can be found on your Youtube channel to catch up on lectures if you missed them on the day. You can also see the general introduction to our 10th anniversary seminar series by its organiser and MC Scott Bremer here.
- 24th January:
- Anna Kuppuswamy: ‘How does the brain conjure up fatigue in the absence of an obvious cause? – the sensory attenuation hypothesis’
- Artur Ciesielski: ‘Two-dimensional materials for health monitoring’
- Scott Bremer: ‘Do we still live by the seasons?’
- 21st February:
- Andreas Hougaard Laustsen-Kiel: ‘Snakebite envenoming and antivenom‘
- Valeria Gazzola: ‘The neural bases of empathy and (pro-)social behaviour – evidence from rodents to humans‘
- Lorenzo Moroni: ‘Biofabrication for Regenerative Medicine‘
- 29th March:
- 27th April:
- Panos Papadimitratos: Towards a trustworthy Internet of Things (IoT)
- Cristina Blanco Sío-López: Bridging Temporalities and Human Mobility Rights in Contemporary History
- Marc Yeste: Do sperm have any role beyond fertilisation?
- 26th May:
- 24th June:
- Mona Simion: Politically Motivated Reasoning and Resistance to Evidence
- Eniko Kubinyi: Dog ageing from a behavioural, neuroscientific, and genetic approach
- Katalin Solymosi: A Bud’s Life – Plasticity of Plastids Throughout the Life of a Leaf