UCMtalks is a series of inspiring and powerful talks by experts in their respective fields, organised to create a platform for meaningful discussions on a variety of current topics and encourage sharing of new ideas and thinking.
We're pleased to announce the following dates for the zoom talks - with further information to follow:
14th June 2023
An exploration of the applied DNA testing universe
Presented by Dr Rachel Glover - Register here
Missed a talk? Listen (and watch) again to the UCMTalks below, or why not check out of Research Festival highlights.
Women in Manx Politics: Preliminary Findings
Delivered on 17th May 2023 by UCM lecturer Dr Catriona Mackie and UCM Honorary Fellow Professor Peter Edge. Watch presentation below:
Ocean Climate Solutions: how taking good care of the sea can help build a better future for everyone
Delivered on 15th March 2023 by Dr Fiona Gell. Watch the presentation below:
It's the Cathedral which killed him: Bishop Rowley Hill's Cathedral of 1886
Delivered on 23rd November 2022 by Honorary Fellow Dr Peter Litman
Silver linings; how cancer research methods and everyday drugs helped to fight Covid'
Delivered on 19th October 2022 by Honorary Fellow Professor Ken Mills of Queens University Belfast & Chair of UCM Research Panel
Putting the Manx 2021 Election into Context
Delivered on 8th December 2021 by UCM Honorary Fellow, Professor Peter Edge of Oxford Brookes University.
The Isle of Man: all dressed up but nowhere to go. Can place branding and marketing strategies help turn around the fortunes of the Isle of Man?
Delivered on 12th January 2022 by UCM Lecturer and Programme Leader Dr Florida Clements.
CAD and historic structures: re-constructing the schooner Peggy
Delivered on16th February 2022 by Christopher Weeks ACR, Manx National Heritage Collections Care and Conservation Manager.
Old Priest, New Presbyter? The Changing Manx Clergy, 1570-1698
Delivered on 9th March 2022 by Dr Tim Grass, Senior Research Fellow at Spurgeon's College, London.
IOM Biosphere and Marine Environment Management
Delivered on 27th April 2022 by Matt Coleman, Senior Researcher, DEFA and Bangor University.