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Shine Bright Kids Weekend Clubs

  • Saturday 27th April, 2024
  • Shine Bright Kids Club, Harrow

Geared towards children aged 3-12, let's embark on an adventure in Rayners Lane (HA2)! Each session, lasting 1 hour, promises a fantastic time.Check out our schedule: Saturdays at 15:00: Hang out with...

The Evolution of the Penis

  • Monday 20th May, 2024 – 6:45pm
  • The Albert Club, Manchester

Animals have evolved many physical traits and strategies to survive long enough to reproduce. The sexual organs of many species are some of the most varied, specialised, and bizarre, which have evo...

Discourse: Beyond the perception envelope with Conrad Shawcross

  • Friday 24th May, 2024 – 7:15pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

This Discourse will be an evening of exploration of the interconnectivity between art and science, as both process and practice - and how humanity's insatiable curiosity fuels the development of both ...

Exploring ancient ecosystems through time

  • Saturday 25th May, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Step into ancient landscapes with award-winning paleobiologist Thomas Halliday as he guides us through a captivating series of immersive explorations. In this talk, you'll immerse yourself in a serie...

For your inspiration: AI and me

  • Friday 7th June, 2024 – 6pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

With thanks to CGI for supporting the CHRISTMAS LECTURES. Artificial Intelligence is already being used to help us create content, write essays and even produce artwork. But some are worried that t...

How women drove evolution

  • Saturday 8th June, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join researcher and author Cat Bohannon as she tackles long-overlooked questions concerning the evolutionary purpose of sexism. From the role of wet nurses in driving civilisation to challenging stere...

Muslim Marriage Events Leicester - 2 Age Groups

  • Sunday 9th June, 2024 – 11:30am
  • Tipu Sultan, Leicester

We are holding the next muslim marriage event on Sunday 9th June 2024 at Tipu Sultan Restaurant, 36 The Parade, Oadby, LE2 5BF. Open to male and female’s who are British Passport Holders Group 1 ...

Saving the world's botany

  • Monday 10th June, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join Chris Thorogood, a botanist at the University of Oxford's Botanic Garden, and discover the biggest flower on Earth - the Rafflesia. Chris has enjoyed a lifelong infatuation with these extraordina...

Short course: An introduction to particle physics (2024)

  • Monday 10th June, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Particle physics is the study of nature at the highest energies and shortest distances that we can probe in a laboratory, an ambitious attempt to construct a fundamental picture of what the universe i...

The first human womb transplant

  • Friday 14th June, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Following two decades of steadfast research, the first-ever UK human womb transplant took place between two sisters in early 2023. Join surgeons and co-leaders of the effort Richard Smith and Isobel ...

How games shape our reality

  • Saturday 15th June, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join neuroscientist and physicist Kelly Clancy as she delves into our unrelenting fascination with games. Beyond mere entertainment, games serve as dynamic tools for learning about the world, understa...

The Science of Comics

  • Monday 17th June, 2024 – 6:45pm
  • The Albert Club, Manchester

Cartoonist Marc Jackson discusses the Science of Comics

Dark Energy: Einstein's biggest "Blunder"?

  • Monday 24th June, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join world-leading scientist Ofer Lahav as he reveals the extraordinary narrative of the Dark Energy Survey (DES), an ambitious experiment designed to unravel the mysteries of the force shaping our un...

Discourse: The science of happiness

  • Wednesday 26th June, 2024 – 7:15pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

In this Discourse, renowned psychologist and former Christmas Lecturer Bruce Hood shifts focus from self-care to connection. Through seven transformative lessons grounded in neuroscience and developme...

ExpeRience: Sensational senses

  • Tuesday 2nd July, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

We experience the world by using our senses, but they can be tricky to understand. Some of us have fewer senses than others, sometimes our senses can deceive us. We've been taught there are five of th...

Family Fun Day: Taste, touch, feel

  • Saturday 6th July, 2024 – 11am
  • The Royal Institution, London

You may think we only have five senses, but some scientists think we might have as many as 20! Discover how we explore and experience the world around us with this Family Fun Day. Join our volunteers...

Galileo's gaze: The secrets of cosmic discovery

  • Saturday 6th July, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

David Jamieson delves into the revolutionary discoveries made by Galileo in the early 17th century. Galileo unearthed Jupiter's moons, Venus's phases, and lunar landscapes using his groundbreaking te...

It's a gas

  • Thursday 11th July, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Join former Christmas Lecturer Mark Miodownik as he unravels the mysteries of invisible, odourless gases through captivating scientific storytelling. He takes us back to the exhilarating and often per...

Standing Up To Sepsis

  • Monday 15th July, 2024 – 6:45pm
  • The Albert Club, Manchester

King's Lynn Festival - Everest: East Side Story with Stephen Venables

  • Monday 22nd July, 2024 – 8pm
  • St. George's Guildhall, King’s Lynn

A Royal Geographical Society with IBG Lecture One hundred years after George Mallory and Sandy Irvine disappeared near the top of Everest, Stephen Venables, the first British climber to reach the w...

OSIRIS-REX: The journey to Bennu and back

  • Monday 16th September, 2024 – 6:45pm
  • The Albert Club, Manchester

OSIRIS-REx seeks answers to the questions that are central to the human experience: Where did we come from? What is our destiny? Asteroids, the leftover debris from the solar system formation proce...