Water Drop by José Manuel Suárez

Slow Water

The May talk will be given by Dr Chris Bore of Kingston University who will be exploring the very peculiar and poorly understood properties of water, and how these properties are key to our world and life upon it. Water is the most common, and most mysterious, substance on Earth. Shaped by deep subtleties of
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Quantum Internet

What is Quantum Internet?

The April talk will be given by Daryus Chandra of the University of Southampton who will be talking about his research into quantum computing.

A historic map of New Sarum

Where in the world am I: A brief history of the science of knowing where we are and how to get from A to B.

The March talk will be given by Dr Paul Cripps who will be talking about the science behind knowing where we are and how to get places. 

DNA Methylation by Christoph Bock, Max Planck Institute for Informatics

Genome in Action: The wonderful world of epigenetics.

The February talk will be given by Prof. Deborah Mackay, who will be talking about her research into epigenetics. All the cells in our bodies contain the same DNA, but they’re all doing different things with that DNA.  The epigenetic ability of cells to vary what genes they use is what makes us the amazing,
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Single-Day-Plastic Litter by RealWorld Visuals

Not so fantastic plastic

The January talk will be given by Prof Andrea Russell, Professor of Physical Electrochemistry at the School of Chemistry, University of Southampton. Prof Russell will be talking about her research into the problems of plastics.

Sci-Fi influences on Evolutionary Linguistics

The December talk will be given by Dr Hannah Little who will be talking about her research into evolutionary linguistics.

Mathematics by Burnot Alumni

Simple mathematical questions we don’t know how to answer

The November talk will be given by Prof. Jim Anderson who will be talking about some rather difficult mathematical problems.

Testcard by Sam Greenhalgh

The Future of Television

In this entertaining talk, Dr Nick Lodge will examine the psychology and technology driving today’s TV developments

Poo technician Chester George lowering horse dung into the prototype poo-dryer

The Wonderful World of Poo

The 2018-19 season kicks off with the September talk which will be given by Dan Roberts and Nigel George of the National Poo Museum who will be talking about poo.

AJP092502 - Wernher von Braun walks around a replica of the Apollo 11 moon landing at Atlanta’s Southeastern Fair, 9/25/69

Sense, Nonsense, and Everything in Between – The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories

Dr Michael Wood of the University of Winchester will give the July talk focussing on his research into the psychology of conspiracy theories.

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