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Sea Trust day with Iolo Williams

  • Thursday 21st March, 2019 – 10:30am
  • Ffwrn, Fishguard

A day of talks and presentations of various maritime projects in Pembrokeshire

The Roman Water Pump

  • Thursday 21st March, 2019 – 8:15pm
  • The Crypt Room, St John's Church, Hampstead

The Romans used pumps for many purposes, including raising water and, very importantly, fighting fires. Roman engin...

WiFi Wars Debug X

  • Friday 22nd March, 2019 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Future-tech video gaming comedy show WiFi Wars returns to the Ri for another fun development night where they test ...

Chasing the sun

  • Monday 25th March, 2019 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

The clocks spring forward at the end of this week, but what effect does this have on our bodies and minds? Linda Ge...

The Foss Barrier: the road to recovery

  • Tuesday 26th March, 2019 – 7:30pm
  • Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York

Built in 1987, the Foss Barrier forms an important part of the flood defences for the City of York. Ian Saxelby, fr...

STEM Lecture - The recipes that make the world go round

  • Wednesday 27th March, 2019 – 3:15pm
  • Denbigh School, Shenley Church End

Algorithms are the step-by-step ‘recipes’ that computers follow to transfer money, suggest a route to our destinati...

How your brain maps the world (Discourse)

  • Friday 29th March, 2019 – 7:30am
  • The Royal Institution, London

To understand the ability to orient ourselves in space, UCL neuroscientist John O'Keefe studied the movements of ra...

Gold: Unreactive and underrated

  • Tuesday 2nd April, 2019 – 7:30pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Gold has always been significant to our lives. How did such an unreactive element become essential to economies aro...

"Keeping bats happy - Monitoring welfare in captive Livingstone’s fruitbats" - FRE...

  • Tuesday 2nd April, 2019 – 8pm
  • The function room at The Lock Keeper, Chester

“Keeping bats happy - Monitoring welfare in captive Livingstone’s fruitbats” FREE public talk by Dr Christina St...

Cafe Scientifique: Help! My Equation has no Solution!

  • Wednesday 3rd April, 2019 – 7:30pm
  • Smokin' Billys, Reading

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Antarctica’s cryptic clues

  • Friday 5th April, 2019 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Antarctica is the last untouched continent on the planet – or is it? Recognised as a hostile continent of snow, ice...

Instant Expert: The Biggest Questions in Physics

  • Saturday 6th April, 2019 – 10am
  • The Knowledge Centre at The British Library, London

What exactly is dark matter? What really happens inside of black holes? Why is there something rather than nothing?...

The Toxic Twosome: Diabetes and Heart Failure - FREE expert seminar

  • Wednesday 10th April, 2019 – 5:45pm
  • Beswick 013, University of Chester, Chester

Expert Research Seminar by Dr Tom Butler Wednesday 10th April 2019 at 6pm (refreshments served at 5:45pm). Beswic...

Human Colour Vision

  • Thursday 11th April, 2019 – 8:15pm
  • The Crypt Room, St John's Church, Hampstead

A talk by Prof. Andrew Stockman, University College London

Athena 2019 - a free event for women in technology

  • Saturday 13th April, 2019 – 8am
  • Queen Mary University of London, London

An exciting and interactive weekend of technology featuring an all-female Hackathon in support of Plastic Oceans UK...

Leonardo: The art and science of attribution

  • Tuesday 16th April, 2019 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

In 2017, Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi sold for $450.3 million, setting a new record for the most expensive pa...

Unnatural history museums

  • Wednesday 17th April, 2019 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Natural history museums are magical places, but they are places for people, made by people. Jack Ashby will explore...

Are we alone in the Universe?

  • Tuesday 23rd April, 2019 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Have we been visited before? Are they out there watching… listening… studying us? Brad Gibson will examine the evid...

How to look inside a volcano (Discourse)

  • Friday 26th April, 2019 – 7:15pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Volcanoes are big, hot, loud, and scary; because of this, we know little of their internal structure or underlying ...

Cafe Scientifique: Inspiring women who changed the world of AI

  • Wednesday 1st May, 2019 – 7:30pm
  • Smokin' Billys, Reading

It seems that every day we hear how AI is impacting people’s life across the world. Whether it’s the assistant in y...

Instant Expert: Mysteries of the Mind

  • Saturday 11th May, 2019 – 10am
  • The Knowledge Centre at The British Library, London

You're in possession of one of the most complex and incredible objects in the known universe: the human brain. ...

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