Recent Lectures in English

The awkward origin of extinction

Royal Academy Lectures in Humanities and Social Sciences with anthropologist and professor at University of Iceland Gísli Pálsson.

The Circadian Rhythm Story: Past, Present and Future

Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Professor Michael Rosbash, gives a public lecture

The Joy of Discovery

The 2016 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Ben Feringa gives Royal Academy Nobel Laureate Lecture

Thomas Hobbes: Picturing the state

Royal Academy Lecture in the Humanities and Social Sciences with Quentin Skinner

The fuel of life

Royal Academy Nobel Laureate Lecture with Sir John E. Walker

Topological Defects and Phase Transitions

Royal Academy Nobel Laureate Lecture with Mike Kosterlitz

How Much SRISK is Too Much?

Royal Academy Noble Laureate Lecture

Nuclear reprogramming and prospects for cell replacement in humans.

Royal Academy Nobel Laureate Lecture with John Gurdon

A Random Walk to Graphene

Nobel Laureate Lecture with Andre Geim

May-Britt Moser: Grid cells and cortical maps for space

Nobel Laureate Lecture - Public Lecture on 19 April 2016.

Sheila Jasanoff: Science and Sense-Making

Royal Academy Lecture in the Humanities and Social Sciences - Public lecture on 17 march 2016

Dan Shechtman: Quasi-Periodic Materials, a Paradigm Shift in Crystallography

Nobel Laureate Lecture - Public lecture on 17 september 2015

Martha Nussbaum: Anger and Revolutionary Justice

Royal Academy Lecture in the Humanities and Social Sciences - Public lecture on 18 june 2015

Sir Tim Hunt: How to win a Nobel Prize

Nobel Laureate Lecture - Public lecture on 21 April 2015

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