WRE 2022 "Exploring Intersections" - Saturday 30 April (afternoon programme)



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The Wolfson Research Event (WRE) 2022 invites you to explore the thorny problems at the intersections of our work and lives through an academic conference for students, by students.

15.30 – Grace Pyles “The Narwhal's Tusk as the Unicorn's Horn”
15.45 – Yorick Veenma “How Animals Changed the World during the Cambrian Explosion: Using the Rock Record to Reconstruct 500-Million-Year-Old Environments”
16.00 – Juliet Harrison-Egan “Spaces for education: interrogating typologies of Cape schools and their role in a democratic South Africa”

For more details, please visit: https://www.wolfson.cam.ac.uk/about/events/wolfson-research-event-day-2
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