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Summer Science Exhibition 2006

Our planet - our future

Event

Starts:

July
012006

00:00

Ends:

September
302006

00:00

Location

The Royal Society, London, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG

Overview

This interactive talk seeks to answer such questions as how cars will work in the future and if extreme weather will wreak havoc on our world.

This interactive talk seeks to answer such questions as how cars will work in the future and if extreme weather will wreak havoc on our world. Do we have a future of hurricanes and tornados to look forward to? How can you use advances in science and engineering to combat these problems?

The show will look at ways in which physics and engineering are helping us to understand the impact that human life has had on the planet. It will involve the use of exciting demonstrations, and invites the audience to decide the content of the lecture through an interactive choose-your-own-lecture format.

Dr Karen Bultitude received her doctorate in laser physics from the University of Oxford. She has appeared on BBC Learning Zone and Scrappy Races, presented the Institute of Electrical Engineers Faraday Lecture, and works at the University of the West of England, Bristol.

Dr Laura Grant is one of the first graduates with a doctorate in Science Communication in the UK. She has presented for the BBC and 4Learning and held a Physics Communicator Fellowship from the Institute of Physics.

Our planet - our future The Royal Society, London 6-9 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AG UK