The Royal Society runs public lectures, scientific meetings and exhibitions throughout the year and the Summer Science Exhibition in July. Most of our events are free and open to the public and many are video recorded.
Many of our events are broadcast live
or video recorded.
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Exhibition 30 June - 5 July
Summer Science evening event 29 Jun
Panel discussion 4 July
Stephen Spark and Jim Al-Khalili 28 Sep
Kavli Medal and Lecture 21 April
Prize lecture 17 March 2015
The Royal Society, London
Join us for a weird and wonderful night of science comedy, music and performance.
Our annual Summer Science Exhibition showcases the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology research. Come and try your hand at the science experiments that are changing our world.
Discover why, 200 years on, the birth of George Boole in 1815 was critical for the development of the digital computer.
From sunshine to snow storms and big data to big TVs - explore how weather forecasting really works from the meteorologists who make it happen.
Investigate light in all its glory with Robert Pal
Explore how government scientists collaborate to make Britain more resilient to hazards and disasters.
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Full listing of our events and exhibitions.
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Most of our talks are free and open to the public.
We host major conferences for leading scientists.
Explore our annual science exhibition.
Contact the events team.