Frontiers of Sciences VII event

Frontiers of Sciences VII in 2023 finally sees us back in reality in Leeds and bringing some inspiring insights into the outer limits of space and  everything astroscience. All those with  curious minds and an interest in finding out more about  the developments in scientific research and discovery that are current and relevant are more than welcome to attend.

Please register via our Eventbrite link:

Date and time:
Sat, 18th of March 2023 at 10:15 for a 10:45 start (complimentary tea, coffee and biscuits available from 10.20) ends 15:30
(Light refreshments served)

Venue: KPMG – 1 Sovereign Square, Sovereign Street,  Leeds LS1 4DA


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Dr Terence P. Kee: School of Chemistry, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT
What Isn’t Life?

Prof Michael (Mike) Garrett: inaugural Sir Bernard Lovell Chair of Astrophysics at the University of Manchester
Establishing a SETI capability in the UK

Dr Michael Macey: Astrobiology at OU, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
The microbiology of extreme environments, analogue environments, and the limits of life

Dr Kevin Devine: Senior lecturer, Researcher in Pharmaceutical Sciences at London Metropolitan University
An Astronaut in Structure Space: Probing the structure, function and evolution of nucleic acids using synthetic organic chemistry.