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Oxford Brookes Annual HSL Research Lecture

Sir paul nurse

Science enhances our culture and civilisation, improves our health and quality of life, helps solve the world’s biggest problems, and supports sustainability. It influences nearly everything we do and is absolutely essential to drive economies. Science matters to us all and is one of the UK’s greatest assets. We need to embrace a New Enlightenment to ensure that science is promoted, that there is good engagement between science and society, and that science is used most effectively for the public good.

Main lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building.

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