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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

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Programme

The 3rd Winton Symposium will be held on September 29 2014 at the Cavendish Laboratory on "Global Challenges for Science and Technology"

Preliminary Programme

Registration from 9:00

Session I

Professor Richard Friend Welcome to the 3rd Winton Symposium 09:30 09:35
Professor Joseph Heremans Solid state heat engines and waste heat recovery 09:35 10:20
Professor Nina Fedoroff Food and Civilisation 10:20 11:05

Tea break

Session II

Dr Simon Bransfield-Garth Empowering the rural African consumer 11:30 12:15
Professor Winston Soboyejo New Frontiers in Materials for Global Development: From Health to Energy and the Environment 12:15 13:00

Lunch and Poster Session

Session III

Professor Richenda Van Leeuwen Towards Sustainable Energy for All - innovation for energy access and development 14:30 15:15
Professor David MacKay The Global Calculator 15:15 16:00

Drinks Reception from 16:00

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