Here’s the program (downloadable!) from last year’s cannibalism conference at the University of Leeds. The lunch break was from 12:45-13:45.
Further studies on wallaby tendon
Wallaby tendon is not just a useful material for surgical sutures.; it can be analyzed for its elastic properties in comparison to the tendons of other animals, and can be used as a model in surgical studies. Physiologists have also been interested in the kinetics of kangaroo and wallaby hopping, to address issues such as […]
Gender in student caving (just saying)
Sophie Hentschel sends forth this message: “I will give a lecture with the title ‘Gender in student caving’, which will summarize my findings from my Master’s research. I researched a specific phonological feature that is used among student cavers of a particular club and found how its use differs between males and females.” The lecture will […]
Ig Nobel ponytail winner to lecture at Leeds
2012 Ig Nobel Physics Prize co-winner Patrick Warren, of Unilever, will give a special lecture at Leeds on November 19. Here are details, from the University of Leeds and the Institute of Physics: Come along to an Institute of Physics public lecture at the University of Leeds! Learn about PONYTAIL PHYSICS: – how to use physics […]