Supercomputing life in future oceans: how will the future smell?

  • For ages 10+
  • Wilberforce Lecture Where is this?
  • 11.30am-12.30pm
  • 100 places
  • 1 Hour

Saturday 15th September


Doors open 15 minutes before event starts

In this interactive lecture we will explore how future ocean conditions affect smell molecules that are used by marine animals to find their food, potential partners, a new home or identify a hungry predator.

Take a look at how hermit crabs find their dinner, experience what future ocean conditions would feel like for us and use the University of Hull’s own supercomputer VIPER to take a look at the smell molecules in the ocean conditions of today – and how they may change in the future.

Supercomputing Life In Future Oceans

Where this lecture is held