29
April

Climate Change, and what can the world do about it? Adaptation and Evolution in Marine and Terrestrial Environments

Thursday 29 April 2021 13:30 - 14:30
Add to Calendar 2021-04-29T12:30:002021-04-29T13:30:00 Climate Change, and what can the world do about it? Adaptation and Evolution in Marine and Terrestrial Environments Zoom
Location
Zoom
Speakers
Professor M. James C. Crabbe
Event price
No charge - open to all.
Cluster
Climate Emergency Research Cluster
Event type
Lectures and Seminars
Booking Required
Not Required
Contact name
Liz Baird
Contact email
archives@wolfson.ox.ac.uk

NB: Zoom details for this event have changed. Please contact the archivist for the revised one.

Professor James Crabbe, Wolfson Supernumerary Fellow, is a former Governing Body Fellow. An Emeritus Professor of the University of Bedfordshire, where he was Executive Dean of Creative Arts, Technologies & Science and Professor of Biochemistry, he was also a Professor and Head of School at the University of Reading. He is currently a Special Visiting Professor at Shanxi University, and Honorary Professor at both Changchun and Wuhan Business Universities, China.

Prof Crabbe is a former Vice-President and Council Member of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology. He has produced many publications and won numerous awards. A keen scuba diver, he is also a JP (Justice of the Peace) and runs a Special Interest Group on Education in the Criminal Justice System for the Educators’ Company.

For an invitation contact the College Archivist, Liz Baird archives@wolfson.ox.ac.uk by 12 noon on Thursday 22 April. (Download Zoom here: https://zoom.us/download)

NB: Zoom details for this event have changed.

Please contact the archivist for the revised one.

Event open to all – no charge. 

13.4.2021 EB