Let's Talk About [X] is a multidisciplinary conference for University of Glasgow undergraduate students to present their research. Past years have seen talks on a fascinating mix from right across all four Colleges at the University, and we look forward to more of the same on 15 and 16 February 2017.

Now is your chance to take part. Whether you want to talk at the event, attend as an audience member, or contribute to the online journal counterpart, [X]position, there is an opportunity to become involved.

Glasgow's Greatest Minds

Research. Thoughts. Writing. Presentations.

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TALKS FROM 24  UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHERS

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10 HOURS OF ENGAGING ACADEMIC DISCUSSION

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ALL 4 COLLEGES REPRESENTED

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1 FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY
[X]position
An undergraduate research journal

[X]position is the online written companion to Let's Talk About [X]. It's a peer-reviewed journal for undergraduates to showcase their research to a multi-disciplinary audience and become a published author.

 

We are publishing submissions of 2,000-4,000 word articles on a particular element of work. This could be based on something submitted for coursework or dissertation, or it could be a completely new piece of writing. 

 

Articles have been peer-reviewed by experts in writing from across all four Colleges, and training will be provided on how to best format your work for publication. The journal is aimed at a non-specific and general, but academic, audience.

 

Previous Talks

In our first year, twelve speakers each told us why we should be more interested in... [X]. 

 

Find out more about their talks behind these images.

Public Engagement

Public Engagement

Artificial Intelligences

Artificial Intelligences

Sports & Exercise Science

Sports & Exercise Science

Sexual Violence

Sexual Violence

Particle Physics

Particle Physics

The Ethnicity Paradigm

The Ethnicity Paradigm

Metaethics

Metaethics

Molecular Biology

Molecular Biology

Glacier Dynamics

Glacier Dynamics

Cryptography

Cryptography

Literature of War

Literature of War

Sleep Consistency

Sleep Consistency