Events at Balliol

Lecture Room XXIII, Balliol College: 18 May, 2.30pm

Topic: ‘Law’

Led by John Armour, with Paul Davies and Joshua Getzler.

The Praefectus' Study, Holywell Manor: 17 May, 3.45pm

BII Conceptual Foundations of Systems Biology Seminar

Economics Department: 17 May, 2.30pm

Title: ‘Philosophy’.

Led by Natalie Gold, with Onora O’Neil and Boudewijn de Bruin (Professor of Financial Ethics; University of Groningen).

Chapel: 15 May, 5.45pm

The Rt Revd William Down, Sometime Bishop of Bermuda

Room XX1.8: 12 May, 1pm, Corinna Ferguson

<span style=”font-size: small;”><span style=”color: #000000;”><span style=”font-family: Calibri;”>(Law) Corinna Ferguson (Barrister and Legal Officer at ‘Liberty’) will talk about the current Human Rights Act/Bill of Rights debate.</span></span></span>

Lecture Room I, Thom Building, Department of Engineering Science, Oxford: 11 May, 5pm, Dr Adrian Travis

‘3D television for those who hate spectacles’

Film stars wear spectacles and now they want us to as well.  Even so, spectacles are a bore and it would be better if we could see 3D without.  One can, but the trick is to devise a 3D display which is simple to make yet sufficiently flawless to face the astonishing sensitivity of human vision

Lecture Room XXIII, Balliol College: 10 May, 5pm

‘The “Mirage” of Social Justice: Hayek Against (and For) Rawls’

The Praefectus' Study, Holywell Manor: 10 May, 3.45pm

BII Conceptual Foundations of Systems Biology Seminar

Hall, Balliol College: 8 May, 9pm

The Usbourne Memorial Concert: The Carducci Quartet with Haydn’s ‘Joke’, Mendelssohn’s F minor Op 80, and Dvorak’s American Quartet

Room XX1.8: 5 May, 1pm, Iain Mclean

<span style=”color: #000000;”>Iain Mclean (Fellow in Politics at Nuffield College) presents the case For and Against AV.</span>

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