Our Open Day was held on June 7th 2014.
Thank you to all who helped. Pictures will be uploaded soon
Want to find out more about Bugs, Genetics and Sleep?
Come to our FREE, PUBLIC Outreach Day, organised in collaboration with GENIE
Do flies sleep?
How can insects help us predict who will win the football World Cup?
Late at work? Convince your boss that it is down to your owly clock-genes
…this and much more
Saturday 7th June 2014 from 11:00 to 16:00
The University of Leicester
Maurice Shock Building
Seminars will be held in the Maurice Shock Lecture theatres, whereas activities and posters will be set up in the undergraduate teaching facilities, providing a great opportunity to enter a real research laboratory!
We will offer you free refreshments and nibbles (register here). The I.V. coffee shop, located right next to the Lecture Theatres, will also be open FROM 11:30 to 14:30, and it will offer freshly prepared food, snacks and cakes.
Partners and students of the INsecTIME consortium, together with members of the Genetics department and invited speakers will entertain you by demonstrating how bugs play a pivotal role in Genetics and biomedical research, with particular focus on biological clocks.
Everyone who might be interested in having fun and learning a bit about insects and genetics! There will be activities for the whole family.
There will also be a presentation of the LiveGene! project for educators interested in using live insects in teaching genetics.
Spread the word and pop in to have a look!
Get in touch with us here or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org