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Book onto fascinating Birkbeck Science Week events, taking place from 29 May to 3 June

Over four evenings from Wednesday 29 May to Monday 3 June, the general public can book onto free science talks, taking place at Birkbeck’s Central London campus and online.

Birkbeck students conducting an experiment in a Microbiology Lab
Birkbeck students conducting an experiment in a Microbiology Lab

Discover how and why we explore the Moon, our closest planetary neighbour; find out more about the strange science of presences that we cannot see or hear; and understand how data cultures are created within organisations, all at this year’s Birkbeck Science Week. 

The engaging and interactive evenings are for anyone interested in science and those who are considering studying science at university. Attendees can join in-person at Birkbeck’s campus located in Bloomsbury, Central London, or online. 

Professor Emily Jones, Head of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Exchange for Birkbeck’s Faculty of Science, said: “This exciting programme of events celebrates the diverse range of world-leading science at Birkbeck. Join us for a week of enlightening discoveries that will expand your horizons and ignite your curiosity." 

Birkbeck’s Science Week shares internationally recognised research from Birkbeck’s Faculty of Science which encompasses three Schools: Psychological Sciences, Natural Sciences and Computing and Mathematical Sciences. All events will include question and answer sessions, and attendees will be able to meet the speakers as well as current faculty researchers and students. There will be an opportunity to take a tour of the Natural Sciences laboratories on 29 May and Psychological Sciences laboratories on 31 May. Poster exhibitions demonstrating key research will be available to view at each Faculty event. 

This year’s schedule is as follows: 

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