Research without borders: Taking inspiration from nature to tackle sustainability from the bottom-up

30 April 2018, 6.00 PM - 30 April 2018, 8.00 PM

The Station, Silver Street, Bristol, BS1 2AG

In our rapidly evolving world, uncertainties regarding our health, ecology, water and energy are rising. Through understanding our relationships with each other and taking inspiration from nature, we share our personal journeys so that together we can get to the bottom of sustainability and what we mean by it. how relationships define our problems and their solutions

Four researchers from the University of Bristol will discuss their work on sustainability, including furthering antibiotic discovery, converting CO2 to renewable fuels, improving community participation in water management and mitigating the impact of fertilisers on local ecology.

Please join us for a lively and engaging discussion from 6pm to 7:30pm, followed by a drinks reception.

Panel members: Adriana Suarez-Delucchi, Edith Villa Galaviz, Gael Gobaille-Shaw and Sam Williams, with Professor Rich Pancost, Director of the Cabot Institute.

Free and open to all. 

Register online.

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This event is part of Research without Borders 2018, a festival of postgraduate research. To book free tickets to the festival showcase exhibition at Colston Hall on Wednesday 9th May please use the separate Eventbrite form.

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