University undergraduates will immerse themselves in India’s $200bn textile industry this month. The week-long programme will see business, economics, politics and philosophy students, come together with geographers, biologists, artists and fashion students to tackle real-world ….
Trading Zone, an innovative EFI-sponsored exhibition, runs from 26 May to 23 June at the University’s Talbot Rice Gallery. Unusual combinations of artists from different disciplines have collaborated to create unexpected and challenging works connected ….
Professor Dame Athene Donald, a world-leading experimental physicist from the University of Cambridge, will discuss gender divides in academia at the University’s inaugural Futures Lecture. She will draw from her own experiences to suggest that ….
Thirty five-year fellowships are available for talented researchers focused on data-driven innovation. Chancellor’s Fellows awards are aimed at early career academics who have already begun to establish a reputation in data sciences and artificial intelligence. ….
On 23 November at the Innovation, Disruption and Collaboration event a distinguished panel will discuss how technological innovation has reshaped the financial landscape, placing efficiency, customer experience and ease of use centre stage..
How the weak can stand up to the strong is to be explored in an upcoming landmark talk. Professor JP Singh, director of the University’s Institute for International Cultural Relations (IICR), will deliver his inaugural lecture ….