The Arts meet Science in a series of provocative talks, where anything could happen.
The Arts-Science Encounters are a series of talks bringing together researchers from across the University´s five faculties and recognised external speakers. The topics are broad ranging, including speakers from more than twenty disciplines, ranging from Chemistry, Fashion Design, Literature and Law, to Music, Neuroscience and Physics. Guest speakers and soloists include Darwin's great-great grand-daughter Ruth Padel, former Lindsay Quartet cellist Bernard Gregor-Smith, and renowned science writers Richard Holmes and Denis Noble. The talks are free and open to the general public and are pitched at non-specialists.
Details of the programme are available here.