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Research bites lunchtime talk: Using design against drug-resistant infection (Professor Sue Walker, Department of Typography and Graphic Communication)

Design thinking, a world-leading archive, and cross‑disciplinary collaboration are inspiring public health communication in the UK and Africa. Professor Walker has led a team of design, architecture, and pharmacy researchers and practitioners to bring the issues of antimicrobial resistance to life in a pharmacy setting.


One of our series of lunchtime talks about how research at Reading is addressing twenty-first century challenges.

At 1pm each weekday between Monday 30 September and Wednesday 9 October you can find out more about the research projects displayed in the library foyer (exhibition runs 30 September – 12 October).

Each day, in an informal ten-minute presentation, one of the finalists from the University’s Research Engagement and Impact Awards will present their life-changing work and answer any questions you might have.

Each event will last no longer than 30 minutes.


9 October 2019
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Caroline Cross
0118 378 7391
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Library Foyer