Organised by the Churchill MCR, this fascinating seminar series highlights cutting-edge research undertaken at all levels of academia within the Churchill College community. Held in an informal setting with discussion encouraged, these talks aim to make complex topics accessible to a general audience.
Presented by postgraduate students and Fellows from the College, this series provides stimulating summaries on a diverse range of topics, whilst at the same time delving deep into individual fields of research to uncover fascinating insights.
Churchill himself once said; "I am always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught" — with that in mind, we hope the online edition of these talks will be as fascinating and entertaining as they are insightful.
We hope you enjoy the talks and we encourage you to share your thoughts and comments and feedback on them with us.
Talk by Louise Luo on 4 December 2019.Watch
Drug discovery today is an expensive and time-consuming process. Vikram looks at machine learning approaches to this problem.Watch
The oceans and outer space are critical to human prosperity and the welfare of nations, being highways for commerce and information.Watch
Empirical evidence from slum rehabilitation housing in Mumbai. Promoting sustainability strategies for alleviating poverty in the Global South.Watch