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I'm a Scientist, Get me out of here!

  • Thursday 4th January, 2024
  • Anywhere

...anding by asking follow-up questions Vote for their favourite scientist to win £500

FameLab North West final

  • Wednesday 17th April, 2024 – 6pm
  • Anywhere

...and content to be the next science communication superstar?! You can expect cutting edge science, interactive activities and a talk from special guest Chloe James. Tickets are FREE!

Nature without Nurture - What’s Wrong with Blank Slate View?

  • Wednesday 17th April, 2024 – 6:30pm
  • The Old King's Head, London

...and potential problems with the blank slate theory, and consider how we might better understand how we came to be who we are.

Paranormal activity: Science or fiction?

  • Monday 22nd April, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

...and expert on all things paranormal, as he reveals the cardinal truths behind everything from ghostly encounters and alien abductions, to UFO sightings and near-death experiences. By employing rigorou...

The global origins of science

  • Monday 13th May, 2024 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

...anding of science's past as he unveils the global networks behind scientific giants. Gianamar will explore how contrary to popular accounts about cloistered geniuses in Europe; science has always bee...

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...

How games shape our reality

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

...and even forecasting the future. Kelly will trace the evolution of games since the Enlightenment, traversing diverse realms such as military theory, biology, AI, neuroscience and the evolving landsc...

Discourse: The science of happiness

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

...and former Christmas Lecturer Bruce Hood shifts focus from self-care to connection. Through seven transformative lessons grounded in neuroscience and developmental psychology, Bruce unveils a new narr...

ExpeRience: Sensational senses

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

...and. Some of us have fewer senses than others, sometimes our senses can deceive us. We've been taught there are five of them, but some scientists and researchers think we can have as many as twenty! ...

Family Fun Day: Taste, touch, feel

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

...and experience the world around us with this Family Fun Day. Join our volunteers, scientists and researchers from across the STEM subjects as they find ways to measure, test, and sometimes trick, you...