Failure: The Greatest Teacher
The vast majority of scientific literature and conference talks report positive results, but there’s a lot to be learned from negative results and missteps as well. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear recognized leaders in the field discuss failure and perhaps recount some of their most spectacular learning experiences during a frank and friendly discussion in a relaxed atmosphere. Speakers and audience alike are encouraged to check their egos at the door for this event that has turned into an EMA highlight.
This years speakers are:
Ian Reaney, University of Sheffield, “Chasing a ‘loss’ cause: The hunt for MW ceramics of better quality”
John Daniels, UNSW, “Not Analysed Data Sets and In-preparation Publications: The two must-have folders for procrastinating scientists”
For more details, please contact Geoff Brennecka.