Upcoming evening Physics lectures, with the University of Oxford!

We are excited to announce that the University of Oxford are delivering a series of in-person lectures, where you are able to register and attend. You can click below to see the full listing on their website.



Examples of some of the upcoming lectures include:


4th Wetton Lecture: Peering back to cosmic dawn to decode the mysteries of galaxy evolution (in person and online)

Date and time: Wed 21 Sept 2022, 6pm – 7pm

Venue: Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Department of Physics (and online)

Audience: Some background knowledge of physics required, age 14+ years only.

Description: Dr Rachel Somerville, Group Leader for the Center for Computational Astrophysics at the Flat Iron Institute, New York, will present the 4th Wetton Lecture. Dr Somerville will talk about the work that she is doing to make links between theoretical predictions in astronomy and observations, and what insights we hope to gain about the mysteries of galaxy formation. More information and booking: Free event, booking required for online participation. Please see the event page for more information and booking.


Universal Quantum Matter

Date and time: Thu 22 Sept 2022, 6.30pm – 7.45pm

Venue: Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Department of Physics

Audience: Some background knowledge of physics required, age 14+ years only.

Description: Professor Séamus Davis will discuss the profound mysteries of universal quantum matter, and how making crystals on a benchtop can provide some answers. More information and booking: Free event, booking required for participation. Please see the event page for more information and booking.



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