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Open to all who are interested in the study of Biology. Particularly suitable for A
Open to all who are interested in the study of Biology. Particularly suitable for A

Open to all who are interested in the study of Biology. Particularly suitable for A-Level students. The lectures are free of charge. All welcome to attend.

Autumn Biology Lectures

7.00pm - Refreshments 7.30pm - Lecture Starts

Lectures 7.00pm - Refreshments 7.30pm - Lecture Starts Antibiotic Resistance – What does it mean to
Lectures 7.00pm - Refreshments 7.30pm - Lecture Starts Antibiotic Resistance – What does it mean to
Lectures 7.00pm - Refreshments 7.30pm - Lecture Starts Antibiotic Resistance – What does it mean to
Lectures 7.00pm - Refreshments 7.30pm - Lecture Starts Antibiotic Resistance – What does it mean to
Lectures 7.00pm - Refreshments 7.30pm - Lecture Starts Antibiotic Resistance – What does it mean to

Antibiotic Resistance – What does it mean to you and why should you care?

Prof. Laura Piddock, Deputy Director Institute of Microbiology and Infection Monday 21 st October

SatNavs, Wiis and sleeping dogs: Modern technology and Animal Behaviour

Dr Julia Myatt, Lecturer in Zoology, School of Biosciences Monday 18 th November

Parasites and Disease

Prof Robin C. May, Lister Fellow & Professor in Infectious Diseases, School of Biosciences Monday 25 th November

Diseases, School of Biosciences Monday 25 t h November Venue University of Birmingham Howarth Building Lecture

Venue University of Birmingham Howarth Building Lecture Theatre 101 (Y2 on Campus Map) B15 2TT

To book or for further information please contact r.a.wrigglesworth@bham.ac.uk

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University Campus Map Car parking is available at South Car Park. If travelling by train,
University Campus Map Car parking is available at South Car Park. If travelling by train,

University Campus Map

Car parking is available at South Car Park. If travelling by train, alight at ‘University Station’. For directions to the campus visit

alight at ‘University Station’. For directions to the campus visit www.birmingham.ac.uk/contact/directions/index.aspx