Mar 15, 2014
from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
|Where||CRUK Cambridge Institute|
|Contact Name||Stefanie Reichelt|
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As part of the 2014 Cambridge University Science Festival, the RPS has partnered with Stefanie Reichelt, scientist at the University of Cambridge's Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, to deliver a range of talks, lectures, demonstrations and exhibitions, dedicated to promoting scientific photography and the science of photography.
A first class range of speakers from both within the RPS and those engaged in scientific research will, on the 15th March, celebrate all that is fascinating within photography and imaging, but with a distinctive scientific slant.
As part of the celebration the International Images for Science exhibition, 2013 will be on display in the Art Cell Gallery in the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, which is the same venue where the talks and demonstrations will be given.
10:15 How many pixels do you need & getting your Pixel’s worth - Tony Kaye
11:30 Colour Vision - Ken MacLennan-Brown
12:00 High Speed Photography - Gary Evans
12:30 Medical Imaging & Images - Afzal Anzary
13:00 lunch and 'images for science' exhibition
(tours led by Afzal Anzary and Gary Evans)
14:30 3D/Stereo Imaging - David Burder
15:00 Imaging Nature Evolving - Jim Haseloff
16:00 Art and Science - Stefanie Reichelt
16:30 Developing the imaging tools of tomorrow - Brad Amos
17:00 Q&A with speakers
Cancer Research UK
Cambridge Research Institute
Li Ka Shing Centre
Cambridge, CB2 0RE
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 769632
Email: artcell (at) cruk.cam.ac.uk
ArtCell opening hours: 10am-5pm, Monday to Friday
ArtCell Gallery is on the Addenbrooke's Hospital site, see this map for directions. Further information on how to get to Addenbrooke's including public transport and parking can be found here and a site map with visitor car parks here.