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Quantitative MRI and the quest to alter clinical practice with Prof. Chris Clark.
On the 13th June, the UCL Centre for Forensic Sciences are hosting a public discussion with Dr Anna Williams (University of Huddersfield) about Human Taphonomy Facilities (colloquially known as ‘Body Farms’).
This is a unique opportunity to hear about how they contribute to forensic science and our understanding of human decomposition in a variety of conditions, hear arguments for and against them, and have your say about whether you think one is necessary in the UK. The event will include information about existing Human Taphonomy Facilities around the world, and what they have taught the forensic sciences, as well as an overview of the legal and ethical situation in the UK.
There will be presentations from leading UK researchers and practitioners undertaking cutting edge research that could benefit from access to a Human Taphonomy Facility, and an opportunity to ask questions of experts, air your concerns and put your opinions across. There will be the opportunity to find out more about the pros and cons of donating your body to such a facility and submit your views via an online survey.
How Virtual Reality Works
The Open Day this year is a show-case of the latest research and collaborations
Re-engineering Engineering Education
Challenges, Pitfalls, and Benefits in and Beyond the Clinic.
The Disability Innovation Summit is a unique opportunity for academics, disabled people, practitioners, community members, international partners, organisations and innovators to shape the future of disability.
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