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WEDNESDAY 22nd MAY 2019
DOORS OPEN 5.30PM, EVENT 6.00-8.00PM
JOHN BULL

Bantorget 2, 222 29 Lund

Dementia: what makes us forget?

Laura Torres-Garcia

Sabine Konings

Neuroscience

PhD students, Lund University

In a world where people are getting older and older, dementia, and in particular Alzheimer’s Disease, is becoming a growing problem. But what is really going on in our brain? What makes us lose our memories? And maybe even more importantly, is there any way to prevent it or is everything written in our genes?

Beautiful Mind

The life and death of the Sun

We will go on a tour of our nearest star: what it's made of, why it stays together, and where the light comes from. Finally we'll see where it's going: what will happen to the Sun in the next five billion years, and what the means for us

Ross Church

Astronomy

Senior Lecturer, Lund University

Atoms to Galaxies

Superior visual performance in nocturnal insects: Neural principles and bio-inspired technologies

Eric Warrant

Functional Biology

Professor, Lund University

Nocturnal insects are able to distinguish colours, detect faint movements, learn visual landmarks and navigate using the stars. These impressive visual abilities are the result of exquisitely adapted eyes and visual systems. The principles we have learned from years of research have now inspired the development of artificial seeing systems that allow machines to see well at night

Tech Me Out
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