These Lectures are aimed at a general audience, covering a wide range of scientific topics – ‘Science for everyone’.
The Norah Boyce Science Lectures are open to all members on presentation of their U3AC membership card.
The Lectures are co-ordinated by a Council member. Ron Laskey, Emeritus Professor of Animal Embryology in the Department of Zoology, and John Rallison, Emeritus Professor of Fluid Dynamics in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, together ensure a distinguished roster of speakers. All give their time voluntarily.
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The Lectures (when held live at a physical venue) are open to all. (Non-members can attend if there is enough space.)
Lectures presented online (via Zoom) are open to members only. You will need to log in to access the Zoom link.
The Lectures normally take place in the Autumn and Spring terms.
When: Tuesdays at 5.00 pm.
Where: Currently the lectures are held by Zoom.
Some of the lectures were recorded and are now available to watch.
Lectures will resume in October.