Salil Shetty, Director of the United Nations Millennium Campaign to cut poverty worldwide, will be at the Judge Business School tonight (3 May) to launch a speaker series jointly organised by a University of Cambridge student society and the UN Millennium Campaign.
Tonight’s Cambridge Science Festival ’‘Spotlight on Science’ lecture will focus on the ground-breaking research being conducted in physics at the world-famous Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. Professor Andy Fabian of the Institute of Astronomy will talk about future developments in cosmology, including dark matter, black holes, and other universes.
The University yesterday hosted a major lecture by Lord Browne of Madingley, the group chief executive of BP, in which he expressed concern about global energy supplies.
Mr Yoshio Ishizaka, Senior Advisor to the Board of the Toyota Motor Corporation, will be discussing the future of the automotive industry in the next CMI Distinguished Lecture at 5pm, today (Tuesday, 22nd November 2005) at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
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