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Dom McDonald Dec 17
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Seb Lee-Delisle Dec 28
It was a real honour to be invited onto this year's - thanks so much for inviting me ! UK friends can watch on BBC IPlayer here :
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Dr Roz Eggo Jan 1
What better way to start the New Year than thinking about how community immunity (aka herd immunity) protects you and the people around you! At the Royal Institution it was zombies (not real) but the principle applies to real infectious diseases.
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Matt Parker Dec 27
In a small number of minutes ’s 2 of 3 will be on . Featuring me and other familiar characters. (And I hate to choose favourites, but this one is mine.)
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James O'Malley Dec 26
with is really excellent. TV should have more lectures.
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Liz Clothier Dec 27
Right twitter, don't laugh but if I wanted to study maths as an adult, where would I start? I have a B at GCSE, and a theology degree! Science and maths interest developed as an adult. Inspired by to do something
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Matt Parker Dec 26
Now, I’m not sure if I mentioned this, but my xmas-ray present sorting machine is 80% accurate. And this is how it works…
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Peter Gallivan Dec 28
Lessons learned from SHOE/ NOT SHOE: - My amazon recommendations will take a while to recover from buying size 11 mens high heels - Size 11 mens high heels are surprisingly comfortable...
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Steve From Go 8 Bit Dec 27
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Royal Institution Jan 11
Getting to know atoms Getting to know all about atoms Getting to like atoms Getting to hope atoms like me Only 1 of these is a lecture title in Eric M Rogers' 1979 & you'll just have to watch to find out which. New archive series online now:
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Dominique Sleet Dec 27
This was my favourite moment from lecture 2 of . Walked into the library to meet the dogs and honestly wasn't sure if it was a dog or a person rolling around in a rug.
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Technocamps Dec 14
We’ve had a fabulous time showing off our awesome kit to guests at the live-screening of the
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David Porter Nov 28
I have to bring the oddest things into at this time of year.
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Christopher Jackson Dec 30
This years are now on and their own channel. Presented by , please check them out! It includes me and a temperamental 🌋 (although I guess that was edited out to make it look like science always works as planned 😅)
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Dr Roz Eggo Dec 26
Met really passionate science communicators at Christmas Lectures by . Great to see how they make their work fun and engaging! Lots to learn. Picture with and !
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Dan Davis Dec 26
Ooh, very clever - the 80% accurate machine causes problems!
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James O'Malley Dec 27
The guy doing some live javascript coding on BBC Four is swearing at his computer significantly less than I do when I try to do anything with javascript.
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Samantha Durbin (She/Her) Dec 29
I'm one of the mathematicians in the zone this year, along with , & many others! Looking forward to chatting to lots of school groups about how awesome maths is 😁 Really should finish my profile...
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Fran Scott Dec 28
Oh my. Another year of given birth to the world. 🤱🏻 & nailed it 🔨 It’s extraordinarily hard work but worth it (...now 😬) The whole teams and put in their all 😍 Glad you enjoyed
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The Bartlett Nov 30
Every possible aspect of humans is being analysed and codified. We need to work out what the limits of that should be and are. lecturer talks to ahead of presenting the later this year
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