In 1948, the NHS took control of key medical services that had been established by the British Red Cross in the First World War and interwar years. From equipment and welfare advice to skin camouflage, Rosemary Wall highlights the British Red Cross’ contributions to the NHS and how it continues to act as an essential reserve.
Chaired by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, join a panel of industry leaders and experts as they discuss how the growth of the Humber’s clean energy industry will benefit more than just the environment. What opportunities will an energy regeneration bring to you and the area you live in?
Is mixed reality the next era of computing? This summer, Microsoft hosted an academy that saw University of Hull students team up with creative partners to make mixed reality prototypes. Come and meet the makers and play with the winning designs that could solve real-world business problems.
Delve into one of the biggest topics in society today: is the machine better? This talk will explore the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the home and how it can process our language. How will AI change over time as our language evolves?
During the First and Second World Wars and the Cold War around 2 million people learnt life-saving first aid to care for the injured troops and civilians. What was it like to be a first aider during the wars? Come along to this drop-in event and practise some historical first aid on a friend.
Eureka! The universal sound of a successful science experiment. But how often to scientists actually get to say that? Is a more common phrase, "Fu*k!"? Join scientists on this celebration of failure – what happens in science when things go horribly wrong?