Watch past CHUtalks from 2015

Folding proteins on rigidified energy landscapes: Jerelle Joseph

As the number of atoms in proteins increases, so too does the complexity of the underlying potential energy surface. Watch

Making the most of Ideas - The Role of Manufacturing in Innovation: Professor Sir Mike Gregory

Professor Sir Mike Gregory is a Fellow of Churchill College and of the Royal Academy of Engineering where he is a trustee. Watch

How our brains say ‘Stop!’ to memory and action: Yuhua Guo

In this talk, Yuhua reviews the literature illustrating the similar brain activations involved in stopping memories and actions. Watch

Machine learning modelling of materials: Max Veit

Materials make up everything from concrete and steel to solar cells and battery cathodes, even including things like petroleum, cell membranes, and water. Watch

Drugs from Bugs: All Natural (Products)!: Constance Wu

Natural products produced by living organisms exhibit important biological activity Watch

Evaluating the Nuclear Air-Brayton Combined Cycle: Alisha Kasam

Hybrid energy systems can enable us to use nuclear energy while meeting variable electricity demand and significantly improving nuclear plant revenues. Watch

Unlocking secrets about past climate from Greenland and Antarctic ice: Emilie Capron

To predict how the climate will evolve in the future, we need to reconstruct and understand the climatic changes that the Earth experienced in the past. Watch

Fibre Optics for Thermal Pipeline Leakage: Bingyu Zhao

Fibre Optic (FO) sensors are regarded as a novel and effective tool for thermal pipe leakage detection. Watch

Crowding out the signal? Perception in Autism: Jan Freyberg

Autism Spectrum Conditions are characterised by a wide variety of symptoms. Watch

Photovoltaics and the Photon-Multiplier: Stephen Filippone

Modern photovoltaic devices are reaching the limits of their thermodynamic efficiency, the Shockley-Queisser limit. Watch

Solar Fuels from Sunlight and Water via Photoelectrochemistry: Dave Palm

Sunlight and water are the two most abundant and most basic resources available on Earth. Watch