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OxLEP Business: A celebration of our Journey and Future This celebration brings Oxfordshire’s small businesses together to celebrate the achievements of this vibrant community and to look to the future of the business support available through OxLEP Business. Includes an awards ceremony celebrating SMEs which have engaged with OxLEP’s Elevate and an opportunity to learn about, eScalate which helps Social Enterprises and businesses offering positive social or environmental impacts. 1830 to 2100 at Oxford University Museum of Natural History. Details
STEM Advisers: Recruiting for the tech industry A seminar aimed at firms recruiting in the technology sector. Industry experts share secrets of good recruitment: Helen Goddard of Cobalt Search talks through recruiting for scarce tech talent and Jane Fryatt of face2faceHR offers a series of tools to help retain talent. 5.30 to 7.30pm, Wood Centre for Innovation, Stansfeld Park, Oxford, OX3 8SB. Details
Public Lecture: Consciousness and brain complexity by Professor Marcello Massimini, a world leader in consciousness research and practising neurophysiologist. He is part of the Luminous Consortium, a EU-funded programme which studies how we can measure and alter consciousness in the electrical brain using non-invasive brain stimulation. After the lecture, join researchers from The Luminous Consortium for drinks and discussion about different aspects of consciousness including sleep and anaesthesia, disorders of consciousness and the ethics and philosophy of consciousness. 5.30 to 8.30, Museum of Natural History, Oxford. Free. Details