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Lewis Dartnell: Being Human – How Our Biology Shaped Our History

  • Tuesday 3rd October, 2023 – 6:15pm
  • Conway Hall, London

...evolution, but we’re also deeply flawed. This extraordinary contradiction between our faculties and frailties is the essence of what it means to be human. And history has played out in the balance bet...

I've been thinking: Seeking a life of the mind

  • Tuesday 3rd October, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

...evolution of his own mind while imparting invaluable lessons on becoming a proficient thinker. Join us for a unique opportunity to spend the evening with one of the greatest philosophers of our time a...

A Small History of Big Evolutionary Ideas

  • Wednesday 4th October, 2023 – 6pm
  • Barnard's Inn Hall, London

...evolution is often described as the biggest idea in the history of humanity. But evolutionary theory itself has evolved over time, often via landmark contributions from some very unusual characters. T...

Modelling the cosmos

  • Monday 9th October, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

...evolution both theoretically and through data interpretation. Join us as we unravel the secrets of the cosmos and explore the frontiers of our understanding of the Universe.

Future stories: Evolution, AI and interstellar travel

  • Monday 20th November, 2023 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Every second of our lives - whether we're looking both ways before crossing the street, celebrating the birth of a baby, or moving to a new city - we must cope with an unknowable future by telling sto...