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Structures in the Universe

  • Wednesday 19th January, 2022 – 6pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: How did the cosmos transition into space characterised by galaxies in a plethora of di...

Reality+: from the Matrix to the Metaverse

  • Tuesday 25th January, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

In the coming decades, the technology that enables virtual and augmented reality will improve beyond recognition...

STEM lecture - Monster black holes

  • Wednesday 26th January, 2022 – 9am
  • Denbigh School, Milton Keynes

Virtual STEM lecture

You and the planet: Tomorrow's Earth

  • Thursday 27th January, 2022 – 6pm
  • The Royal Society YouTube channel, -

Across the world, scientists have developed potential solutions to the crisis, from renewable energy, and sustai...

IceCube: the coolest way to detect neutrinos

  • Thursday 27th January, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

The aptly named IceCube collaboration, a huge telescope buried in the crystal clear ice of Antarctica, has been ...

Giant fishing dinosaurs – uncovering the behaviour of Spinosaurus and allies

  • Friday 28th January, 2022 – 6pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

The huge African carnivorous dinosaur Spinosaurus has long been a source of fascination for palaeontologists wit...

The Broken Cosmic Distance Ladder

  • Monday 31st January, 2022 – 1pm
  • Gresham College Barnard's Inn Hall, Holborn

*Watch Online/In person*: Measuring distances to astronomical objects outside our Galaxy is a surprisingly hard ...

Error Control Coding

  • Tuesday 1st February, 2022 – 6pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: When was the last time you opened a file and noticed a computer glitch? “Never” is the...

The ultimate guide to time travel

  • Tuesday 1st February, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Time is one of the biggest puzzles in our history. Scientists often question if time can ever be stopped, if tim...

STEM lecture - Stroke rehabilitation

  • Wednesday 2nd February, 2022 – 9am
  • Denbigh School, Milton Keynes

Virtual STEM lecture

Be Curious LATES: Something to Bragg about

  • Wednesday 2nd February, 2022 – 8pm
  • Online, Leeds

The Bragg Centre for Materials Research brings together scientists and engineers with the aim of discovering, cr...

The physics of timekeeping: from Stonehenge to atomic clocks

  • Thursday 3rd February, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

The need to tell the time connects you to over five thousand years of human history. From the first solstice mar...

Control: the dark history and troubling present of eugenics

  • Friday 4th February, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Throughout history, people have sought to improve themselves, and society, by eliminating disease. They want to ...

The Maths of Proportion in Art, Design and Nature

  • Monday 7th February, 2022 – 1pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: From the Ancient Greeks onwards, proportion and mathematics has been central to our i...

STEM lecture - Using STEM cells to treat blood diseases

  • Wednesday 9th February, 2022 – 9am
  • Denbigh School, Milton Keynes

Virtual STEM lecture

Infections Which Use the Respiratory Route

  • Wednesday 9th February, 2022 – 6pm
  • Museum of London, Barbican

*Watch Online/In person*: In this lecture Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England discusses ho...

Death by Shakespeare

  • Thursday 10th February, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Shakespeare found dozens of different ways to kill off his characters. From serene deaths by snakebite, lack of ...

LYSC Holiday Workshops: Extract your own DNA (ages 7–9)

  • Monday 14th February, 2022 – 11am
  • The Royal Institution , London

Students will extract their own DNA and walk away with a small piece of it in a necklace for them to wear. Wo...

LYSC Holiday Workshops: Extract your own DNA (ages 10–12)

  • Tuesday 15th February, 2022 – 11am
  • The Royal Institution , London

Students will extract their own DNA and walk away with a small piece of it in a necklace for them to wear. Wo...

Exploring the Deep Sea

  • Tuesday 15th February, 2022 – 6pm
  • Gresham College Barnard's Inn Hall, Holborn

*Watch Online/In person*: The Deep Sea is Earth’s last great frontier. After almost 150 years of exploration and...

How we make memories and how memories make us

  • Tuesday 15th February, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution , London

Psychosis is often a misunderstood medical condition. For all of us, the line between a functioning and a broken...

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