15th March 2005
A public lecture to be given this
week at the
Professor Brian McGaw, Dean of the
Faculty of Health, Life and Social Sciences at the university, will give his professorial
lecture as part of the
He will deliver his lecture ‘Isotopes
and Forensic Science: From Piltdown Man to the Pakistan Mummy’ at the
Stable and radioactive isotopes can be put to a multitude of uses, from detecting serious crime to identifying the origin of nuclear contamination.
“Today stable isotopes are increasingly used to help to solve the mysteries of the past and the present, uncovering evidence of global climatic change, locating the origin of illegal drugs or terrorist explosives and identifying the food that our ancestors ate,” says Professor McGaw.
The event begins with registration and refreshments from 5.30pm on Thursday and the lecture itself begins in the Saville Lecture Theatre at 6pm.
Admission is free, all are welcome and no prior knowledge of the subject is required.
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