Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Blogging Microbes - Communicating microbiology to netizens - Final Panel

The panel for the "Blogging Microbes - Communicating microbiology to netizens" event (sponsored by The Society for General Microbiology) is finally concluded. We will have some impressively talented people communicating their views to the audience and the broad spectrum of ideas is just mesmerizing. I honestly hope that people out there, and not only scientists or science students, realize that this group of speakers will bring a lot of expertise, quality information, entertaining perspectives and positive thinking to an event that I personally see as resounding. Don't waste the opportunity to come and check by yourself on the 19th of September 2014. 

"Blogging Microbes Communicating microbiology to netizens"

Date: 19th of September 2014 (Confirmed).
Time: 3 to 5pm (Confirmed).
Venue: D96a, which is located on D Floor of the Medical School, Queens Medical Centre, University of Nottingham (Confirmed).

Confirmed Speakers: 
Alan Cann (author of the blog MicrobiologyBytes) will participate in video format;
Shuna E. Gould (author of labratting on twitter) will be present;
Oscar Huertas Rosalez (YouTubber and author of the Spanish blog "Stupidity is tremendously more interesting") will participate in video format;
James Gurney (co-author of the podcast The League of Nerds) will be present;
Josh Nicholson (co-developer of The Winnower) will participate in video format;
Alam Faraz (author of the blog Memoirs of a defective brain) will be present.


QMC full site map - access here.

Directions by Car


Please use the postcode NG7 2UH for directions to the Queen's Medical Centre when using a satellite navigation system.

How to get there

The hospital can be found on the western side of the city of Nottingham. It is situated just on the east side (inside) of the Nottingham Ring Road at its junction with the A52 to Derby. The A52 crosses the M1 at junction 25.
Leave the M1 motorway at Junction 25, and take the 'A52 to Nottingham', past Stapleford, Bramcote and Wollaton Park. As you pass the University on your right you will come to a large traffic island with QMC on the right immediately after the island. Turn right here, take the first slip road on the left into the hospital grounds and continue along the hospital perimeter road.

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