Hunterian Insight Talks

Hunterian Insight Talks

‌Join us for our popular series of lunchtime talks, given by experts from The Hunterian and the University of Glasgow. These talks offer insight into The Hunterian's world class collections and current research at the University of Glasgow. The talks last approximately 10 minutes and take place every Tuesday at 1.00pm in various Hunterian locations. Admission is free and all are welcome! Previous Insight Talks can be found can be found in our Insight Talk Archive.

Mysterious minature mud homes and their makers
26 February 2019
1.00pm
Jeanne Robinson, The Hunterian
Hunterian Museum

Why is stress cool? Insights from captive and wild birds
5 March 2019
1.00pm
Dr Dominic McCafferty, The University of Glasgow
Hunterian Museum

Anatomical Drawing
12 March 2019
1.00pm
Frances Osis, The University of Glasgow
Anatomy Museum 

*This Insight Talk will run longer than usual and will act as introduction to our anatomical drawing event. Booking is required for the drawing event but the talk is drop-in as usual. Further details can be found at the following link: https://event.bookitbee.com/21373/anatomy-drawing-at-the-hunterian

1204: The Fall of Constantinople and the Making of Modern Europe
19 March 2019
1.00pm
Andrew Roach, The University of Glasgow
Hunterian Museum