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The House of Commons Transport Committee is coming to Liverpool to take oral evidence for its inquiry into the bus market.
At the end of the session, members of the committee will be taking questions from the audience.
This is a unique opportunity for you and other members of the public to come and have your questions answered by MPs from a Select Committee.
At the event, you will have the opportunity to see the Transport Committee in action asking topical questions to key stakeholders about the bus market, to ask questions to MPs on the Transport Committee about current work and to find out how you can shape the Committee’s thinking on topics under investigation
1:00-3pm Oral evidence session open for public viewing
3:00pm-4pm Refreshment break
4pm-5pm Question and Answer session
Venue: Merseytravel, Groundfloor, Mann Island, PO Box 1976, Liverpool, L69 3HN
In this talk, Dr Matt Lodder will examine the history of a tenacious cliché — the idea that tattooing ‘now’ is a newly-emerged fashion trend suddenly finding favour amongst wider demographics than in the past, when it was confined to sailors, bikers, criminals and ne’r-do-wells. In a heavily-illustrated talk, tracing relentless examples of this claim in the British and American press from the present day backwards into the late 19th century, the talk will present a wider picture of this oft-maligned practice, and at the same time ask questions about cultural amnesia, the role of journalism in shaping our collective sense of history, and the problematic relationships between academic scholarship and popular understanding.
This one day symposium, which will be held at the Materials Innovation Factory (Liverpool), hopes to provide researchers with information and ideas about how automation can be applied to different areas of research including organic synthesis, supramolecular assemblies, organic materials, and polymer synthesis, and will elucidate options for seeking access to equipment to apply it to their own research ideas.
There will be a range of talks presenting case-studies of the use of an enabling technology in their research, such as high-throughput synthesis platforms, flow reactors, or low-cost automation, to promote their use and demonstrate the benefits of embracing automation in research. There will also be a session on what capabilities are available in the UK with the routes on how to access them. Confirmed speakers include Lee Cronin (Glasgow), Andy Cooper (Liverpool), Varinder Aggarwal (Bristol), Matt O’Brien (Keele), Anna Slater (Liverpool), Nick Warren (Leeds) and Ben Deadman (ROAR).