ECM Faculty Focus
In this lecture Professor Douglas Osheroff, 1996 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics , will speak on how advances in science are made, and how they may come to benefit mankind.
Professor Osheroff will illustrate some of these strategies in the context of a number of well known discoveries, including the work he did as a graduate student, for which he shared the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1996.
The new Marshall-Warren Annual Lecture Series honours UWA Professor Barry J Marshall and Emeritus Professor J Robin Warren, joint recipients of the 2005 Nobel Prize.
This lecture series, generously supported by Qantas Airways, honours their significant achievement by bringing other Nobel Laureates to UWA who will share the excitement of their research with our community.
The details of this lecture are as follows:
Date: Tuesday, 24 November 2009
Time: Doors open at 5.45pm for 6.00pm
Venue: Winthrop Hall, The University of Western Australia
Cost: Free, however a ticket is essential.
Tickets are available from the Octagon Theatre Box Office Monday - Friday, 12.00-4.15pm
For further information please visit the website.
Magdalena Matuszczyk / firstname.lastname@example.org / 6488 4277