Open science: Sharing data, saving lives

7.00pm to 8.30pm, Wednesday 4 October

The Conversation Room

The Royal Institution of Great Britain GB United Kingdom W1S 4BS 21 Albemarle Street London

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Standard £16


Concession £10


Ri Members and Ri Patrons £7

Event description

Chemist Alice Williamson is an active member of the open science movement and believes science is better and more efficient when ideas and data are shared. Find out more about the push to make science more open and her efforts to involve students, citizens and scientists in finding a cure for malaria.

About the speakers

Alice Williamson is a chemist, lecturer and science communicator based at The University of Sydney. Originally from the North West of England, Alice completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge, where she worked with colleagues to develop two new chemical reactions.


The doors will open at approximately 6.30pm, with a prompt start at 7.00pm. There will be time for questions after the talk.

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