Check out our new video below – this week, our lecture focuses on Population and Migration. Professor Andy Tatem discusses population mapping in low- and middle-income countries, and how this can be used to successfully support sustainable development goals.
This, the tenth video in the series, concludes our Bite-Sized Lecture programme (for now!). The previous videos in the series will remain accessible for you to view whenever you like, and keep an eye out for more videos in the future!
Thursday 25 June: Alumnus and donor Stefan Cross QC (Hons) talks about The Myths and Legends of Equal Pay.
Thursday 18 June: Ocean and Climate Change with Dr Eleanor Frajka-Williams and Professor Stephen Belcher
Thursday 11 June: Jon Sopel reads from his book “If Only They Didn’t Speak English: Notes from Trump’s America”
Thursday 4 June: John Sexton discusses Higher Education in a Globalised World
Thursday 28 May: Delivering the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals with Baroness Scotland and Gwen Hines
Thursday 14 May: In Conversation with Rt. Hon. Helen Clark, speaking on Women in Leadership
Thursday 7 May: Lecture on Food Security and Environmental Stability featuring Professor Guy Poppy.
Thursday 30 April: Lecture for the Duke of Wellington with Professor David Owen Norris
Thursday 23 April: Lecture on Respiratory Health featuring Professors Stephen Holgate and Ratko Djukanovic