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My Telescope Doesn't Work

  • Saturday 25th March, 2023 – 7pm
  • Bramfield Village Hall, Hertford

...Astronomy Group presents "My Telescope Doesn't Work" ! Join us for a friendly and informal evening at Bramfield Village Hall, Bury Lane, Hertford SG14 2QL on Saturday, March 25, from 7pm to 10pm. ...

The End of Life on Earth

  • Wednesday 29th March, 2023 – 6pm
  • David Game College, London

Astronomically speaking, there are a number of ways in which life on Earth could be wiped out. For example, a giant asteroid could hit Earth with such energy that the oceans are boiled off. This le...

Fusion energy: The power of the stars

  • Wednesday 3rd May, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Fusion energy—the power of the stars—offers us the possibility of a clean, sustainable energy future for all. Melanie Windridge gives a comprehensive overview of fusion energy, from its theoretical fo...

Career Fair

  • Thursday 11th May, 2023 – 8:30am
  • Anywhere

Career fair to run all day, (estimated timing 8:30-3:00, Thursday 11th May) with different year groups attending the fair following the school timetable, years 7-10. Pupils will have activities to enc...

How to hear the Universe

  • Monday 15th May, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Journey through the history of our understanding of gravity and explore the latest breakthroughs in the field, with Tessa Baker. Tessa reveals how Albert Einstein's theory of gravity predicted the exi...

The hidden history of measurement

  • Friday 2nd June, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

...astronomy; building towering monuments to gods and kings, and even mapping the stars.

Exoplanets and the future of humanity

  • Friday 9th June, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Take a fascinating journey to the world beyond our solar system with the expert guidance of renowned astronomer, Chris Impey. Explore the exciting and rapidly evolving field of exoplanet research and ...

The future of geography

  • Tuesday 13th June, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

The race for dominance in space is shaping the future of humanity. From the discovery of space metals worth more than most countries' GDP, to the possibility of humans on Mars within the next decade. ...

Discourse: Charting the evolution of the Universe

  • Thursday 29th June, 2023 – 7:15pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Unravelling the mysteries and origins of the Universe remains one of the biggest questions in physics. Drawing upon decades of research and observation, the scientific consensus based on current evide...

An introduction to cosmic inflation

  • Thursday 13th July, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

For years, there has been a broad consensus in the cosmology community that the 'hot big bang' was the central point in the history of the Universe. But the question remains, what came before the big ...

Exoplanets: Finding Earth 2.0

  • Thursday 20th July, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Although there is much to learn about our own solar system, it seems there's even more to discover outside of it. Exoplanets are planets outside of our own solar system, and they come in all different...

The ethics of space exploration

  • Thursday 10th August, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join renowned astrophysicist Erika Nesvold as the explores the ethical considerations of space settlement, delving into the complex issues surrounding the prospect of life in outer space. Having condu...

Ghost particle: The neutrino's impact on cosmic science

  • Thursday 17th August, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join us for an in-depth exploration of the elusive world of neutrinos. James Riordon guides us through the history and science behind the pursuit of the ghostly subatomic particle, the neutrino. With...