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Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences - Annual Higgs Lecture
Fri 19 February 2016, 16:30 – 18:30 GMT
The Annual Higgs Lecture is this year being delivered by Professor James Bowie in Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt’s House, Guy’s Campus.
16:30 – Welcome from Professor Edward Byrne AC, President & Principal King's College London
16:40 - Toward quantitative folding studies of complex membrane proteins, Professor James Bowie (UCLA)
17.40 – Drinks Reception
A drinks reception will follow the lecture.
To view Professor Bowie's biography and abstract, please visit our website.
About the Higgs Lectures
The inaugural Annual Higgs Lecture was delivered in December 2012 by its name bearer, Professor Peter Higgs, who returned to King's after graduating in 1950 with a first class honours degree in Physics, and who famously predicted the Higgs Boson particle, which was eventually discovered at CERN in 2012. The 2013 Annual Higgs Lecture was delivered by Sir John O'Reilly entitled Information, Knowledge and Wisdom: T. S. Eliot, Science and Technology, and Industrial Strategy.
The Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences at King’s College London has a Code of Conduct which we expect participants at our events to abide by. This is intended to ensure an inclusive and productive environment and is available at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/nms/events-code-of-conduct.aspx