Sex in Three Cities

Our Sex in Three Cities Public Lecture Series takes place each year in London, Edinburgh and Nottingham.

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Sex in Three Cities 2020 – Let’s talk about sperm: Sperm you can bank on

Sperm are remarkable cells that have the role of delivering the male DNA to the egg during sexual reproduction. Since their first discovery nearly 350 years ago, scientists are still trying to figure out how they work and why, in some cases, their dysfunction can lead to infertility. In recent years, concern has been raised about how aspects of modern lifestyle may affect the quality and quantity of sperm and whether this will be a threat to our human existence. Yet, sperm are rarely talked about in popular culture or in newspaper and magazine articles and male infertility remains somewhat of a taboo subject. Therefore, this lecture will give an overview of what we know about sperm, how they work, and why it’s important to talk about them.

 

 

2020 lectures will be delivered by Professor Allan Pacey, University of Sheffield Medical School, Sheffield, UK.

 

 

Lectures are free to attend and open to all and will be held on the following dates and locations:

Nottingham – 27 February 2020 at 18.00

Sutton Bonington Campus, University of Nottingham

Edinburgh – 4 March 2020 at 17.30

Queen’s Medical Research Institute (QMRI), University of Edinburgh

London – 11 March 2020 at 17.00

Royal Veterinary College, Camden Campus

The London leg of Sex in Three Cities 2020 will be paired with the Royal Veterinary College’s ‘Night at the Vet College’.
Tickets are limited for the lecture theatre and this evening is not to be missed! Register your free space now to secure your place.

More information to follow.

Register now! 

Sex in Three Cities 2020 Press Release


Sex in Three Cities 2019 

Speaker Sarah Robertson lecture, Partner compatibility: the immune system and reproductive success.

Professor Sarah Robertson presented at the Sex in Three Cities Lecture Series at in London, Nottingham and Edinburgh in March 2019.

To learn more about Sarah please click here.

If you missed the lectures, please find below our recorded version.


 

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