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Day
Time
Speaker
Title
Mon
11:40-12:00
Winnie Chen
Regulation of the Uncontrollable - Cancer Pharmacology
Mon
12:00-12:20
Forbes Wigmore
Refracting the Slave Narrative
Mon
12:20-12:40
Marta Kalabova
Turning Dirty Water into Limestone
Mon
12:40-13:00
Edward Stewart
The Past in the Past and the Present
Mon
14:00-14:20
Zuzanna Filipiuk
The Representation of Disability in Film Industry
Mon
14:20-14:40
Martin Breul
Why More People Should Be Interested in Comics About Trauma, War and Other Disturbing Topics
Mon
14:40-15:00
Katie Heeps
Let's Talk About Travel Writing
Mon
15:20-15:40
Gabriel Ioana
Why More People Should be Interested in Lying
Mon
15:40-16:00
Alexander Pirinoli
The New Media Muse - Creative Collaboration between Artist and Machine in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Tue
11:40-12:00
Adriana Iuliano
Chemistry for Cultural Heritage
Tue
12:00-12:20
Patrick Shearer
Using 3D Imaging to Uncover the Secrets of the Flu Virus
Tue
12:20-12:40
Halina Romaniszyn
Exclusion in Spanish Grammar: Perspectives from Spanish-language Students
Tue
12:40-13:00
Mishaal Akbar
Stress in ‘Dancing Monkeys’ in Pakistan
Tue
14:00-14:20
Jaime Robb
Is your heart beating correctly?: pulmonary vein imaging using magnetic resonance
Tue
14:20-14:40
Jack Barber
Undiscovered Antibiotics: The Secret Weapon in Soil
Tue
14:40-15:00
Dora Moldovan
Democracy or Autocracy? The Development and Status of Hungarian Politics as ‘Modern (Semi) Autocracy’ in Contemporary Hungary
Tue
15:20-15:40
Kevin Le Merle
The Dangers of Pop Philosophy and Bad Metaphysics
Tue
15:40-16:00
David Aikman
Mental Health and Free Will
Tue
16:00-16:20
Cameron Best
How Cancer Therapy Side Effects Can Improve the Understanding of Autoimmune Disease