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Inclusive Research Practices Series - Environmental Impact of Research
Research, whether direct or indirect, aims to advance knowledge and change the world for the better. But whether you are spike-sorting with high-performance computers, getting through 100 single-use plastic pipette tips in a day or receiving regular shipments of metal-rich equipment, your research is having a long-term and detrimental impact on the environment.

This session will explore how life sciences research contributes to the climate crisis and negatively impacts local and global environments. Practical advice will be given on ways to reduce the footprint of your own research.

We are proud to host the following speakers:

Chathurika Akurugoda| Lecturer in Law | University of Colombo
‘Bio Piracy and Research Ethics’

Martin Farley | Sustainable Labs Advisor, Sustainable Research Manager | UCL, King’s College London
‘Sustainable Science, LEAF, and what’s next’

This event is part of the ‘Inclusive Research Practices’ 4-part seminar series organised by the Inclusive Research Collective. To view the other events and find out more, visit https://www.inclusiverc.com/inclusive-research-practices . Registration is open for everyone, you do not need to be a member of University of Bristol to attend.

Jun 30, 2021 01:00 PM in London

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