There will be two speakers who will give an overview of their work and career paths. There will also be a tour of the Crawford Collection, which contains a first edition of the greatest astronomical book of the 16th century, Nicolas Copernicus' De Revolutionibus.
18:30 Welcome and tour of the Crawford Collection
19:30 Beth Biller (Chancellor's Fellow, University of Edinburgh)
Direct Imaging Characterisation of Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs
20:00 Alasdair Gow (Spacecraft Sales Engineer, Clyde Space Ltd)
From Numbers to Nanosatellites
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