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Clareity Symposium 2014

The 7th “Clareity Symposium” was held on thursday the 13th of March 2014 in the Gillespie Conference Centre, Memorial Court. It was a splendid day with a great variety of talks (20 in total), ranging from conservation and quantum physics, politics and art, to history and medicine. Furthermore, Professor Nicky Clayton gave a brilliant keynote lecture about her amazing work on cognition.

There was a great turn-out and lively discussion throughout the day, both after the talks and over tea and lunch and the day was finished off with a special three-course dinner in small hall for all the speakers, chairs and organisers of Clareity.

Congratulations to Dave Williams who won the first prize for his great talk on megafauna extinction and Nathaniel Zelinsky who won the prize for the best question!

Click here to see the full programme of the symposium. Below is a nice selection of photos of the day, with great thanks to Quentin Gouil.