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Lunch Hour Lectures

Lunch Hour Lectures are an opportunity for anyone to sample the exceptional research work taking place at UCL, in bite sized chunks. Speakers are drawn from across the university, and lectures frequently showcase new research and recent academic publications.

Lunch Hour Lectures take place 13:15 - 13:55, are free, require no pre-booking, and are open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis.

All lectures are streamed live online and can be watched by clicking on the Watch Lunch Hour Lectures online link above. Lectures can also be watched from one week after the event on our YouTube channel where all lectures will be subtitled. Alternatively, lectures can also be downloaded from iTunes U and from SoundCloud.

The lectures return in October 2014 with topics including: the placebo effect, the science of fireworks, the taboo history of the toilet, archaeology on Easter Island and lots more. Watch this space for more information or follow us on twitter @ucllhl

Thursday 27 November 2014

Lunch Hour Lecture: The power of objects

13:15  — 13:55

Objects are typically considered ‘dead’ and passive things used to complete tasks and as symbols of self-branding. This presentation provides an alternative view and discusses the power…

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Tuesday 2 December 2014

Lunch Hour Lectures: Accessibility engineering: enabling a human right

13:15  — 13:55

Disabled people make up the world’s largest minority; in the UK, about 10% of a person’s life will be spent with a disability. Access to buildings and services is a human right, however…

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Thursday 4 December 2014

Lunch Hour Lectures: Can big data attack heart disease?

13:15  — 13:55

How can the data collected in hospitals be used to help improve quality of care? What benefits might come from linking health record data with genomic data? And how can we build public…

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