#LTAX22

8 & 9 March

12:30 - 16:30 | Online

Let's Talk About [X] 2022 showcased some of that year's best and brightest UG researchers with topics ranging from Using AI to detect and Analyse Fat Tissue, to Medieval Women's Empowerment in the Context of the Game of Chess, and to Antimicrobial Resistance: The Silent Pandemic and The Pill in Space.

 

Day 2 - Wed 9th March

Time
Title
Speaker
13:00
Talking About [X] (welcome presentation)
Andrew Struan & Scott Ramsay
13:20
Space Weather: brought to you by solar prominence eruptions
Chiara Lazzeri
13:40
Japanese Art in France and the Representation of Femininity from a Female Perspective
Chenxiao Jin
14:00
Using AI to detect and analyse fat tissue
Martin Wightman
14:20
The Anxious City and the Asylum Solution: Anxieties, Sanitary Reform, and the Regulation of ‘Non-Conforming’ Bodies in Glasgow. *
Milly Leggett
14:40
BREAK - FOR COFFEE AND NETWORKING
15:00
The Queen’s Gambit: Women’s Empowerment in the Global Middle Ages
Canchen Cao
15:20
Structural Concepts Implemented while Surveying Buildings of Historical and Cultural Significance
Misho Todorov
15:40
Women's participation in Scottish medicine and Surgery: An examination of women's need to create their own spaces to thrive in the medical profession.
Molly Finlay

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* Presentation contains sensitive content that some listeners may find disturbing.

Day 1 - Tue 8th March

Time
Title
Speaker
13:00
Talking About [X] (welcome presentation)
Jessica Bownes & Mona O'Brien
13:20
Cannabinoids in the treatment of cancer anorexia; where have we been, where are we going?
Emily Seymour-Jackson
13:40
Do you think you belong at university? Has COVID-19 changed this?
Aimee Poole
14:00
Antimicrobial resistance: the silent pandemic
Zainab Bilal
14:20
BREAK - FOR COFFEE AND NETWORKING
14:40
Building Augmented Reality Models and Exploring Their Use in Chemistry Education
Carla Murke
15:00
Gender Roles during the Holocaust*
Eloise Bishop
15:20
The Pill in Space
Anastasia Nairne

* Presentation contains sensitive content that some listeners may find distressing.

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Wrap-up

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