Brewing up a Storm

A lecture with a difference from Institute of Physics on the Canalside Steps

Wednesday 8th June 2016

Our planet is warming, but by how much?

Join Professor Joanna Haigh from Imperial College London and science creatives super/collider in an evening that will explore our earth’s changing climate.

Make your own cyanotype print and observe the sun through our solar telescopes before settling down to hear Joanna discuss why our climate is changing and how physics can help to predict our planet’s future. This is an interesting and accessible lecture with a difference

Where: The Canalside Steps, King’s Cross.

When: June 8th, 6.30pm – 8pm.

Details: This is a free event, but please be sure to register your interest here. Drinks and snacks will be available.

Brewing Up a Storm is part of a series of lectures presented by The Institute of Physics throughout the summer. Free and open to all, the IOP Summer Sessions bring leading researchers together with music and art to explore how physics affects our lives.

Also in the series is Electronics on the Brain with Dr Jessamyn Fairfield, which explores how to build computers that are more like the brain.

Location

Canalside Steps
Granary Square,
Regent’s Canal,
King’s Cross,
London,
N1C 4AA

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