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Out in STEM 2017

Panel discussion

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18:00 - 21:30


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


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We are currently operating a waiting list for this event as it is fully booked. However there are often cancellations so please join the waiting list.

This event will be streamed live - more details to follow.

The Royal Society will celebrate LGBT History Month with a keynote address by Sir Dermot Turing.

The theme for 2017 is Citizenship, PSHE and Law as we mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England and Wales.  Continuing the theme of the 2016 Royal Society Diversity Conference of creating inclusive environments, the programme will look at inclusivity in tech communities.

Who should attend

This event is for anyone interested in learning about work that has taken place in the tech world to create inclusive environments for LGBT+ people.

Sir Dermot is the nephew of Alan Turing, Bletchley Park's leading cryptoanalyst and subject of the 2014 film The Imitation Game, as well as being one of Turing's biographers.

Royal Society archivist Keith Moore will also discuss items held in the archives on Alan Turing. A full programme and list of speakers will follow shortly.

An informal dinner and networking will follow the discussions, please inform us of any dietary needs (

Speech to text translation will be provided for the event, please let us know ( if you have any specific access requirements.

Schedule of talks

28 February


Arrival and registration


Welcome address

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18:30-18:40 Welcome address

Professor Alexander Halliday FRS, Vice President (Physical Secretary), the Royal Society

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Alan Turing in the Royal Society Archives

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18:40-18:55 Alan Turing in the Royal Society Archives

Keith Moore, Head of Library and Information Services, The Royal Society

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Keynote address

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18:55-19:25 Keynote address

Sir John Dermot Turing

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Panel discussion

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19:25-20:00 Panel Discussion

Vincent Cipollone, Corporate Development Executive, IBM
Jacqui Lloyd, Early Career Programme Manager, Microsoft
Doniya Soni, Policy Manager, techUK

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Dinner and networking

Out in STEM 2017

The Society is participating in LGBT History Month, our 2017 event focuses on creating inclusive cultures for LGBT+ people and features Sir Dermot Turing.

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