January blog posts.
Michael Brooks looks at the coming together of cognitive neuroscience and computingRead more...
Michelle Reeve looks back on her BBSRC internship at the Ri during the CHRISTMAS LECTURES.Read more...
In the lead up to the launch of the first volume of Tyndall's correspondence, Ri historian Roland Jackson asks how many people really appreciate John Tyndall’s significance?
Join us on Wednesday 4 March 2015 for a series of expert talks on Tyndall’s early life, his relationship with the Ri and the future of collaborative humanities research.
The Ri's Gail Cardew on why the work of the Lloyds Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk links with the Ri’s objective to encourage people to think more deeply about the place of science in their lives.
Posted to Opinion on27th July 2017