A series of free evening talks on marine science
We are pleased to announce a series of fortnightly marine-related talks throughout the autumn.
The talks accompany the gallery's current 'Into the Sea' exhibition and the gallery's former use, in the early 1900s, as a centre of learning and science lectures.
The events are sponsored by Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE) a pan-Wales research initiative that supports excellent research into the interactions between land, water, the provision of food and energy production.
Jane Matthews, Engagement Manager at MOSTYN said:
We're really pleased to be able to present these speakers - the talks look fascinating and it's also an opportunity for people to have a look around our current exhibitions beforehand.
The first of six lectures, 'Life inside Antarctic and Arctic pack ice' with Professor David Thomas, will be on Thursday 27 September at 7.30pm with gallery spaces open and refreshments available from 7.00pm.
Booking is advised on 01492 868191 or by calling into the gallery.
About the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE)
The NRN-LCEE is a major, £7M pan-Wales research initiative that supports excellent research into the interactions between land, water, the provision of food and energy production. The Network is funded by the Welsh Government and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales through the Sêr Cymru Programme for bringing scientific talent into Wales.
The Network funds Fellowships and PhD studentships embedded into interdisciplinary and collaborative ‘Research Clusters’ of Welsh Universities and other partners, as well as Fellowships for researchers returning to academia after a career break. These talented individuals address diverse research challenges of relevance for society and the sustainable management of natural resources. In addition, the Network provides research development funding and organises public lectures, workshops and other events aimed at bringing experts in current challenges and LCEE research areas to Wales.