The listings below detail events which are open to University staff only, as well as events which are open to members of staff and the general public.
Tuesday 10 October, 1pm to 1.45pm
Visit the Weston Library to discover how Maria Rundell's pithy New System of Domestic Cookery, first published in 1806 was still in print until at least 1911. Despite being written before raising agents, packet gelatine, food mixers and fridges many of her recipes still stand out today.
Friday 13 October, 7pm to 8pm
Professor James T. Costa explores how Darwin’s investigations into evolution were fuelled by endless, ingenious experiments at home. This talk, at the Museum of Natural History, includes a chance to take a look at some of Darwin’s original specimens.
Until 1 January 2018
An exhibition and series of events at the Museum of Natural History - in partnership with Oxford Neuroscience -revealing how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about the lifelong development of our brains, from birth to the end of life.
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