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  1. Science reading group: 'Astrophysics for people in a hurry' by Neil de Grasse Tyson - read in advance and discuss in the group

    Evening
    Course Date: Tue 29 Oct 2019
    Location on this date: KS - Keeley Street
    Do you enjoy reading about science but sometimes want to discuss and confirm your understanding with other readers? Join our science reading group and benefit from the support of an expert in the field.

    "Tyson has told the story of our Universe magnificently in these 12 short chapters...This may have been written for people in a hurry, but I urge you to take your time. It will all be over far too soon." BBC Sky at Night





    "By the fourth page we are only a trillionth of a second into the history of the universe, but our guide is rattling along at full speed...Tyson is[...]the world's best science communicator." Times Literary Supplement



    Najlaa Alaian holds a PHD in Applied Physics from the University of Technology, Baghdad and has thirteen years’ experience of teaching both internationally and in the UK.
    Full fee: £15.00
    Senior fee: £15.00
    Concession: £15.00

  2. Science guest lecture : Professor Matthew Longo: the body in the brain - the psychology and neuroscience of body perception

    Evening
    Course Date: Fri 18 Oct 2019
    Location on this date: KS - Keeley Street
    Although our own body is perhaps the most familiar of all objects in the world, recent findings have revealed that in many cases the brain appears to maintain remarkably impoverished and distorted body representations.Professor Longo's lecture will explore the mental representation of our body and how this shapes perception.



    Matthew Longo is Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Birkbeck, University of London where he directs the Body Representation Laboratory. He is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science.



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    Full fee: £15.00
    Senior fee: £15.00
    Concession: £15.00

  3. Science lecture: Radmila Topalovic: Women who changed the world: the ten most influential female scientists

    Evening
    Course Date: Fri 15 Nov 2019
    Location on this date: KS - Keeley Street
    In this talk we will explore the extraordinary careers of ten female scientists and their groundbreaking discoveries in a range of scientific fields. We will look at the various challenges they had to face and their determination to succeed in a competitive and demanding environment. These women should inspire us all.



    Radmila Topalovic holds a degree in Physics with Astrophysics and a PhD in Astrochemistry. She has taught physics, maths and astronomy for almost ten years, and is particularly passionate about quantum physics and astrobiology.
    Full fee: £15.00
    Senior fee: £15.00
    Concession: £15.00

  4. Science guest lecture: Professor Hilary Downes: Lost planets of the solar system - the evidence from meteorites

    Evening
    Course Date: Fri 4 Oct 2019
    Location on this date: KS - Keeley Street
    Hilary Downes, Professor of Geochemistry, Birkbeck, University of London, helps us to understand the history of the Solar System through the evidence from meteorites.



    The early Solar System was a violent place with many collisions between different asteroids and planetary embryos. The results of this chaos can be seen in meteorites which have fallen to Earth. Some meteorites can be linked with planets or asteroids that are still in the Solar System, such as the Moon, Mars and asteroid Vesta, but many meteorites contain small fragments of planets and asteroids which have been otherwise lost or destroyed.







    Prof Downes’s work in geological sciences has included research into volcanic deposits in Canada and France as well as studies of fragments of the Earth's mantle ("xenoliths") which are brought to the surface in volcanic eruptions. Now Professor of Geochemistry in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Birkbeck, she also works in the study of meteorites in collaboration with colleagues at the Natural History Museum and NASA.
    Full fee: £15.00
    Senior fee: £15.00
    Concession: £15.00

  5. London's smaller galleries: Leighton House

    Course Date: Wed 8 Jul 2020
    Location on this date: OS - Off Site
    A Palace of Art built for the Olympian Giant of the Victorian art world but also a place to live and work. This short afternoon museum-based course provides a fascinating exploration of Leighton’s world.
    Full fee: £19.00
    Senior fee: £15.00
    Concession: £12.00

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