Future and past events
Dr Andre Serrenho from the Department of Engineering will discuss his research examining the link between sustainability and well-being.
Join us for the final Clareity Matters Evening of the year! Come listen to Jonah Coe-Sharff discuss housing standards and their implications for what one considers to be a ‘minimum’ life, and Julia Kelsoe explore the overlooked legacy of arbitration and its impact on how individuals resolved their disputes outside of the courtroom. See you all there! Please read […]
Dr Josephine Von Zitzewitz from the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages will discuss her research on the underground literature of the Soviet Union in the 1970s.
Take some time to procrastinate from exams studying and join us for the first Clareity of Easter term. Come listen to Martijn Lugten talk about the intersections of aerospace research and urban design in the realm of sound, and Jamil Mustafa discuss the United States’ strategy for withdrawing from the Vietnam War. See you all […]
I am very delighted to announce that the next annual Clareity Research Symposium is taking place on 10 March 2016. This is a very important academic event for the whole Clare community, so please save the date. The symposium brings together Clare College members of all levels, who all gather to share their passion for […]
Dr Niamh Gibbons from the Department of Engineering will open our eyes about the technology that underlies the engineering works around us.
Hello MCR, The next talks at Clareity Matters Evening are looking great! Come listen to Megan Stanley talk about quantum physics, and Nicolás Valenzuela Levi talk about the impact of cable cars on reducing inequality in South American Countries. Megan promised that no cats will be dead (or alive), however the MCR committee does not hold responsibility. […]
I hope that you are all looking forward to the next Clareity Matters Evening with two fantastic presentations by our very own Tami Bell and Bennett Ostdiek. Save the date: this Wednesday, 25th of November, 7pm. As always pizza, snacks and wine provided. First Tami will start with her talk on “One small molecule and […]
Dr Nik Sultana, a member of the Networks and Operating Systems groups in the Computer Laboratory department. Find out more about Nik’s research on his home page
The Clareity Matters Evening you have been waiting for is coming soon. This Wednesday, 7pm, in the MCR. First, Marie Yurkovich from the Department of Biochemistry will tell us how to discover new antibiotics (and other drugs). Next, Luiza Peruffo from the Department of Politics and International Studies will talk about the problems faced by countries […]