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200TH ANNIVERSARY TWO-DAY MEETING - The Futures of Sciences

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200TH ANNIVERSARY TWO DAY MEETING - FREE ENTRY - OPEN TO ALL - NO BOOKING REQUIRED

Programme for 200th Anniversary Two-Day Meeting – The Futures of Sciences

Thursday 21 March 2019

13.15–13.30 Registration and Coffee

13.30–13.45 Introduction to meeting

13.45–14.30 Professor Lord Martin Rees FRS , Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge – Our complex cosmos

14.30–15.15 Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore FBA ,UCL, London – The adolescent brain

15.15–15.45 Afternoon Tea

15.45-16.30 Professor Ursula Gibson, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – Emerging phenomena in optics

16.30-17.15 Professor Richard Lenski, Michigan State University – Can We Predict Evolution, Even on a Small Scale?

Open to all who are interested, entry is free and no booking is required.

Please note that there is no public parking at the Department of Engineering.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Philosophical Society series.

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