UCL Science Centre Lectures are back. We will be hosting virtual online lectures so we hope many more of you can join us for our early evening discussions on a huge range of science related topics.
The Science Centre was first established in 1987 by Dr Sadiq Kadifachi and it was incorporated into UCL in 1997. Videos of last terms lectures can be viewed in our archive. The Science Centre Lectures are free lectures on a range of scientific subjects for sixth form students and their teachers. They are held on Friday evenings throughout the academic year.
Lectures are held online using Zoom through the Zoom App or via your browser. Sign up to lectures here using Eventbrite and start at 6:30pm on the Friday evenings as they always have, and will last approx one hour
The talks are aimed at sixth form students and teachers, but are frequently attended (and enjoyed) by members of the public, teachers, academics and undergraduates. There is usually a lively Q&A session at the end of the talk. Sixth form & fifth form (year 11) students are welcome with or without a teacher.
All talks are held on Fridays at 6.30pm and last for approximately 1 hour, followed by 30 minutes for discussion.
Summer Term 2022
|9th June||Astrobiology||Dr. Andrew Rushby.|
Department of Earth Sciences.
Birkbeck University of London.
|16th June||The Hidden Worlds of Atoms||Professor Robert Palgrave.|
UCL Department of Chemistry.
|23rd June||The Copernicus Revolution: The move towards a Heliocentric Solar System.||Professor Andrew Gregory.|
UCL Department of Science & Technology Studies.
|To be announced.|
Past Lectures and Comments
A list of past lecturers and comments by attendees, can be seen on our Past Lecturers and Comments page.