October 13, 1995

TOP MARKS ART. Top Marks 95 is a new show featuring the work of students who were awarded first-class honours degrees the London Institute's five colleges. It will run until October 26 at The London Institute's Gallery, Davies Street. Information: Michael Benson, Communications and Marketing Manager, The London Institute, 65 Davies Street, London W1Y 2DA.

Tel: 0171 514 6000

ASPECTS OF PRISONS Stephen Tumim, Her Majest's chief inspector of prisons, will lecture on "Aspects of Prisons" in Lecture Theatre 1 of the New Building, Leicester University, at 8pm on October 20.

MAKING OUR OWN HISTORY A one-day international conference on "African-Centred Research - A Way Forward 'Making our own History'", organised by the African-Centred Research Group at the University of Sheffield, will take place on October 28. Kete Molife Asante, professor from Temple University, United States, has been invited to participate.

Information: Danny Mashengele, Division of Adult Continuing Education, 196-198 West Street, Sheffield S1 4ET.

Tel: 0114 282 5389 or email: D.

GENDER AND ARCHITECTURE Oxford Brookes University are hosting a one-day conference on "Gender and Architecture: History, Interpretation, Practice" on October 28. Information and registration: School of Humanities, Oxford Brookes University, Headington, Oxford OX3 0BP. Tel: 01865 483572. Fax: 01865 484082.

LOOKING AHEAD The United Kingdom Centre for European Education has organised the 17th national CEE conference on "European Co-operation in Education: Looking Ahead", in Senate House, University of London, on November 7. Speakers from the Department for Education and Employment, UK education and elsewhere in Europe will address co-operation and new European Union programmes. Contact: Central Bureau for Educational Visits and Exchanges, Seymour Mews House, Seymour Mews, London W1H 9PE.

Tel: 0171 486 5101.

ENERGY CONSCIOUS HOMES The Royal Society Lecture will be given by Jake Chapman and George Henderson on "How Energy Conscious is your Home?" on November 23 at 6pm.

Energy ratings on each home have now been developed, providing clear guidance on energy performance of properties.

Applications should also reach The Royal Society by October 30 for tickets to attend "The Current Status of Semiconductor Tunnelling Devices" to be held on November 8 and 9. The whole subject of tunnelling in semiconductors will be reviewed - the physics, design, fabrication, performance and manufacturability of tunnel devices and circuits.

Contact: The Royal Society, 6 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1. Tel: 0171 839 5561.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams.

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