The Baddiley Lecture is a prestigious annual event organised by the Institute for Cell and Molecular Biosciences and is the highpoint of the academic year for ICaMB. The series was set up in recognition of Professor Sir James Baddiley major contribution to Newcastle University.
The subject area of the Lecture can be broad, but if possible will reflect Jim Baddiley’s interests; for example, the biological chemistry of small molecules, or the structure and function of microbes.
Previous Baddiley Lectures:
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