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The Cambridge Philosophical Society was formed in 1819 “for the purpose of promoting scientific inquiry” and became a Body Corporate in 1832 by virtue of the Charter granted by William IV. Lectures are open to all who are interested.
4 upcoming talks and 102 talks in the archive.
Henslow Fellows Lectures - Resolving the early record of animal evolution: Insights from the enigmatic Ediacaran Biota
The first of two half-hour lectures by the Society's Henslow Fellows
Dr Alexander Liu, Department of Earth Sciences.
Wednesday 14 May 2014, 18:00-18:30
The second of two half-hour lectures by the Society's Henslow Fellows
Dr Stephanie Jacquot, formerly of the Statistical Laboratory, Centre for Mathematical Sciences.
Wednesday 14 May 2014, 18:30-19:00
Professor Leslie Valiant FRS, Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, Harvard USA.
Monday 13 October 2014, 18:00-19:00
Speaker to be confirmed.
Monday 27 October 2014, 18:00-19:00
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Other lists1 and 1/2 APDE days Physical Chemistry Modern Greek Lecture Series
Other talksCanis Major overdensity and Monoceros ring explained in terms of pure Milky Way structure Why do societies work? Persistence and functional explanation ABC Transporters involved in phytohormone transport Monetary policy and financial repression in Britain, 1951-59 Truncated stochastic approximation with moving bounds Should I Stick Or Should I Go? A molecular switch at the neuronal surface