Inspiring research at Leeds

Researchers from Leeds will talk about how the Brotherton's collections have inspired their research at the next of the Library's 75th anniversary talks on 7 July.

Prof. Russell Goulbourne will speak on the potential of the French collections in the Brotherton, Dr Chris Hammond will discuss how a Physics Department exercise book reveals the origins of the Braggs' 1915 Nobel Prize, and Dr Michael Brennan will talk about his own experience of using one of the Library's most recent major benefactions, the Fay and Geoffrey Elliot Collection.

The short talks will be given:

On:  Thursday 7 July

At:   5.15pm

In:   Brotherton Room, Special Collections, Brotherton Library

Refreshments will be provided.

There will be an option to join in a "mystery tour" of the library after the talks, revealing the behind-the-scenes secrets of the Library and its Special Collections.

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