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Public Lecture Series

Fact, fiction and fantasy. What lies beneath? 

Brunel University London is delighted to announce the return of its Public Lecture Series, in which leading academics will uncover the fact, fiction and fantasy behind some of the most important issues facing societies today.
Brunel’s acclaimed panellists will tackle four distinct topics on the theme of ‘What Lies Beneath?’ over four consecutive Wednesday evenings in February 2018. Each have 20 minutes to present their expertise in a way that is thought-provoking and open to public debate. Learn more on Lesley Henderson's blog where she discusses her work on public perceptions of plastic pollution. 

Complimentary drinks will be provided to attendees! 

We look forward to stimulating discussions – seeing you there or if you can't make it, watch via our livestream here: 

Please click on the 'Event Posts' button (icon3in the top right corner of the livestream box to view the previous lectures in the series.


The lectures 

How to get here

All of the lectures in the series will be taking place in the Eastern Gateway Auditorium, you can find out more about this building by clicking here. When you come onto campus via the main entrance it will be the first building on your right. Once inside there will be clear signs to direct you to where you need to go. 

As this is classed as a public event and the lectures are all in the evening time you are allowed to park on campus free of charge as long as you arrive after 4.30pm. However, we can not guarantee that there will be be a space for your vehicle so if you do choose to drive please come in good time in order to find a place to park. If you choose to walk, bike or use public transport please click here to find the best routes to get onto campus.  

For more information about the event or group bookings please contact the team on events@brunel.ac.uk

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