We are delighted to announce that this year’s DICE Lecture will be given by Professor Dave Goulson, on ‘Silent Earth: averting the insect apocalypse.’
Professor Dave Goulson is a world expert on insect ecology and conservation, with a particular focus on bumblebees and other insects. His work also looks at understanding pollination in general and sustainable management of pollinators in agricultural ecosystems.
He is currently working as a Professor of Biology at the University of Sussex and has published more than 300 scientific articles and several popular science books. Among his most celebrated books are the Sunday Times bestseller “A Sting in the Tale” in 2010 and “Silent Earth” in 2021.
This year’s lecture is open to everyone and will take place on Thursday March 9 from 18:00 to 19:30 in Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 on the Canterbury campus. The lecture will be followed by a book signing featuring Dave’s latest book the “Silent Earth” and some of his previous work.
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