The Society's Aims:

Fostering an awareness of the developments in Science and Technology in the wider community in and around Cirencester

Lecture Programme

The CSTS is pleased to present its programme of lectures.   To view all lectures, click the 'Search' button.

Click the title of a talk to read its synopsis, if one is available.

All lectures start at 7:30pm unless stated otherwise; it is advisable to be there by 7:15 to get a good seat!

Venues:  RAU = Royal Agricultural University, Sir Emrys Jones Lecture Hall      

              Ashcroft = the Ashcroft Centre

For directions to venues, see the Members' Area

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Date Title (click for
summary)
Speaker Venue Note
Wednesday
08_11_2017
Ecology at the Ends of the Earth Prof. David Hopkins, RAU RAU
Wednesday
06_12_2017
Engineering Espionage: how technological innovation has shaped secret intelligence Sir David Pepper, CSTS member RAU
Wednesday
10_01_2018
DNA- a victim of its own levels of sensitivity? Diane Robinson,
UWE
RAU
Wednesday
14_02_2018
How big is my data? Prof. Chris Budd,
Bath University
RAU The WHEELER Lecture
Wednesday
14_03_2018
Catalysts: From Biofuels to Self-Healing Aeroplanes Prof. Duncan Wass,
Bristol University
RAU jointly with RSC
Wednesday
11_04_2018
Rolls Royce Aero Chris Big Ashcroft Centre jointly with CAHS
Wednesday
09_05_2018
Nitrogen and humanity: a perpetual crisis Prof. Philip Poole,
Oxford University
RAU
Wednesday
13_06_2018
Volcano Monitoring with Citizen Scientists Prof. Hazel Rymer,
Open University
RAU