Seminars, Colloquia etc

Volta hosts a regular programme of Seminars. It also hosts a number of Colloquia and Symposia. College seminars include contributions from external speakers on a variety of subjects. They also include an internal seminar programme, available on the College intranet, in which talks are given by postgraduate members of the College, ie post-doctoral fellows, PhD students, postgraduate medical students and, less frequently, by final year undergraduates. Colloquia are open to the general public, are held more rarely and focus on science policy or major issues at the interface between science and society. Their primary aim is to foster the public understanding of science and support policy decisions at University level. Symposia involve a wide range of subjects. The first Symposia initiative held by College has been a Graduate Symposia series aiming to promote graduate's education at the University of Pavia and stronger interactions between the humanities and the experimental sciences.

 

18th October 2021.  Giancarlo Forte, St. Anne’s University, Brno, Czech Republic and University of Turku, Finland Understanding cell-matrix interaction and mechanosensing to counteract ...
18th October 2021.  Giancarlo Forte, St. Anne’s University, Brno, Czech Republic and University of Turku, Finland Understanding cell-matrix ...
15th October 2021.  Roger Leng, University of Alberta, Canada The p53 Pathway in Cancer and Potential Therapeutic Applications Roger Leng of the University of Alberta, Canada will give a ...
15th October 2021.  Roger Leng, University of Alberta, Canada The p53 Pathway in Cancer and Potential Therapeutic Applications Roger Leng ...
13th October 2021.  Luca Vangelista, University of Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan CCR5: a Crossroad for Infection and InflammationLuca Vangelists of the University of Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan will give ...
13th October 2021.  Luca Vangelista, University of Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan CCR5: a Crossroad for Infection and InflammationLuca Vangelists of ...
3rd November 2020.  Emma Bonino & Sophie Heine. European Union is our destiny. Populism is the worst enemy this vision (1)European federalism at a cross road: Why we need to rethink ...
3rd November 2020.  Emma Bonino & Sophie Heine. European Union is our destiny. Populism is the worst enemy this vision (1)European ...
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