Electronics on the Brain

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

Wednesday 13th July 2016

Join us for an evening of music, science and discussion as we explore how we can build computers that are more like the brain!

Dr Jessamyn Fairfield of Trinity College Dublin explores how we can use nanotechnology to build electronics that can learn and grow, and how this research is teaching us more about the way our brains actually work! Featuring music from science troubadour, Jonny Berliner.

The free lecture will take place on the Canalside Steps from 6.30pm, and is open to all. Register your interest.

Location

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

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