21st March 2017

1:00 pm and 2:00 pm

Faking King Arthur in the Middle Ages

Free public lecture at the Society of Antiquaries of London

9th May 2017

6:00 pm and 7:00 pm

ESA’s Space Science and Exploration Missions – Professor Mark McCaughrean, European Space Agency

In this talk, Prof. Mark McCaughrean will present some key recent results from ongoing missions, including the Milky Way surveyor Gaia, the gravitational wave technology testbed LISA Pathfinder, and present

9th May 2017

1:00 pm and 2:00 pm

ESA’s Space Science and Exploration Missions – Professor Mark McCaughrean, European Space Agency

In this talk, Prof. Mark McCaughrean will present some key recent results from ongoing missions, including the Milky Way surveyor Gaia, the gravitational wave technology testbed LISA Pathfinder, and present

11th April 2017

6:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Our Dynamic Sun – Dr Helen Mason, Cambridge University

Several solar spacecraft have been observing the Sun over the past few years: SoHO, Stereo, Hinode, SDO and most recently IRIS.  We now have detailed images and movies of the

11th April 2017

1:00 pm and 2:00 pm

Our Dynamic Sun – Dr Helen Mason, Cambridge University

Several solar spacecraft have been observing the Sun over the past few years: SoHO, Stereo, Hinode, SDO and most recently IRIS.  We now have detailed images and movies of the

14th March 2017

1:00 pm and 2:00 pm

Gaia – Mapping the Milky Way from Space – Professor Gerry Gilmore, Cambridge University.

Gaia is the European Space Agency mission which is revolutionising our knowledge of our Milky Way Galaxy, providing a census of positions, motions, colours, and properties of 1.5 billion stars.

14th March 2017

6:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Gaia – Mapping the Milky Way from Space – Professor Gerry Gilmore, Cambridge University.

Gaia is the European Space Agency mission which is revolutionising our knowledge of our Milky Way Galaxy, providing a census of positions, motions, colours, and properties of 1.5 billion stars.

17th March 2016

9:30 am and 4:30 pm

The Use of in Silico Modelling in Drug Development

In silico tools can rapidly profile large data sets without the need for analytical testing. It is this predictivity, allied to the significant time and resource savings that make these tools so attractive within pharmaceutical research and development.

10th May 2016

1:00 pm and 2:00 pm

RAS Public Lecture: Space rocks on ice: Hunting for meteorites in Antarctica

Meteorites shed light on the origin of the Solar System and on the geological history of different planetary bodies.

12th April 2016

1:00 pm and 2:00 pm

RAS Public Lecture: The Future Exploration of the Moon

This talk will give a brief summary of the history of lunar exploration to-date, and outline the scientific objectives of lunar missions planned for he future.