This flagged up on my science press release RSS feed and caught my eye. The University College London holds lunchtime talks and a couple have interested me – the following list is from their press release, although there is a longer list on their website – link below.

Reconstructing a face after cancer surgery – Probably not lunch-safe photos. Pass on that
Mr Nicholas Kalavrezos (University College Hospital)
Thursday 17 January 2008

The return of syphilis – Interested in a morbid sort of way, and I happen to be in the area on that day anyway.
Dr Patrick French (Mortimer Market Centre)
Thursday 24 January 2008

What can Venus, Mars and Titan tell us about Earth? – Space science, yay!
Professor Andrew Coates (UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
Tuesday 29 January 2008

The pleasures of driving – err, I think I’ll pass on that one.
Professor Iain Borden (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture)
Tuesday 5 February 2008

UCL Lunch Hour Lectures are free and open to all, although it is first come/first served. The full list of lectures for Spring 2008 can be found at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lhl/spring08

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