24Apr Ayeisha Thomas-Smith to speak at Economics in Action

Ayeisha Thomas-Smith to speak at Economics in Action

We’re excited to welcome broadcaster and economist Ayeisha Thomas-Smith to Economics in Action in London and Warwick University this autumn. Ayeisha is a presenter on radio 4’s Economics with subtitles and she hosts weekly podcasts for The New Economics Foundation. She will be joined by four more economists for two [...]

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24Apr Engineering smart buildings with physics

Engineering smart buildings with physics

We are delighted to welcome Young Woman Engineer of the Year, electronic and electrical engineer Dr Ozak Esu to Physics in Action London this autumn. Ozak will tell her personal and scientific story, from power cuts in Nigeria to a PhD in vibrational research on wind turbines, work in industry and more [...]

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24Apr Chemistry in Action: From poisons to personalised cancer treatment with chemistry

Chemistry in Action: From poisons to personalised cancer treatment with chemistry

We are delighted to announce two sessions highlighting the very different ways chemistry can impact the human body in London this autumn. Belle Taylor introduces the chemistry behind cancer before moving on to how cutting-edge chemical techniques are defining how we investigate and treat tumours. Belle is Strategic Partnerships Manager at [...]

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24Apr Join Dame Zandra Rhodes at the Creative Process in London!

Join Dame Zandra Rhodes at the Creative Process in London!

We are very excited to announce that leading fashion icon Dame Zandra Rhodes will speak at the Creative Process in London this autumn. Zandra Rhodes is a British fashion designer who helped put London at the cutting edge of international fashion. In this unmissable presentation, she will discuss her fascinating [...]

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1Apr

The global population will exceed 9 billion by 2050, with 7 billion of these people inhabiting urban areas. This prospect raises some fundamental questions for us all. Is it a good idea for us to allow cities grow indefinitely? What happens when the global population puts our cities at breaking [...]

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1Apr

We’re thrilled to welcome Dr Paul Hellier to Engineering in Action on the 24th June 2019.  Paul works with major energy companies to develop new, clean burning fuels from sustainable sources. He will explain how he combines engineering, chemistry and biology to design new fuels that have a less harmful [...]

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1Apr

We are thrilled to announce that leading intellectual and feminist icon Professor Germaine Greer will join us at Sociology in Action this autumn for an unmissable talk on ‘Equality is not enough!’ Germaine Greer will be joined by four other leading sociologists, who will delve into a range of fundamental [...]

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1Apr

KS3 STEM in Action comes to London on June 28th in two half-day programmes to inspire your students and kick-start their STEM journey. The morning session is sold out, and with tickets going fast for the afternoon we would recommend securing places as soon as possible. Delve into the deep [...]

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1Apr

Professor Nessa Carey will join us at Biology in Action this autumn to reveal the science, controversies and personal struggle behind perhaps the biggest breakthrough of our time – gene editing. For the 1st time in human history, gene editing has given scientists the ability to change easily and forever [...]

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18Mar

We are delighted to welcome leading British poet Michael Symmons Roberts to English in Action: Love Through the Ages this autumn. Michael will read from and answer questions from his poetry – including ‘To John Donne’ – offering an unforgettable insight into the writing of this leading poet, librettist and [...]

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