Public Lecture Series: Plastic, Pollution and the Planet – Stemming the Rising Tide


Brunel Public Lecture Series 2018

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.
We look forward to stimulating discussions – and seeing you there!

Everyone is very welcome!


Plastic, Pollution and the Planet – Stemming the Rising Tide

6.30pm, Wednesday 7 February 2018


We’ve uncovered the damaging cocktail effect of chemicals, contaminants and plastics in our society. Is there a solution to this tsunami of pollution?


Chair: Professor Mariann Rand-Weaver, Pro Vice Chancellor (Quality Assurance and Enhancement)

Dr Lesley Henderson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social and Political Sciences

Professor Andreas Kortenkamp, Professor in Human Toxicology, Department of Life Sciences

Professor Susan Jobling, Institute Director, Institute of Environment, Health and Societies



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Brunel Public Lecture Series 2018



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