A series of school-friendly lectures presented by Royal Holloway’s Faculty of Science.
Key Stage 5 students will be able to hear our scientists and mathematicians discuss some of the hot topics in their subject. There is also a chance to ask questions afterwards and chat one-to-one with academics about the subject. Topics include natural disasters responses, online data security and the science of the human mind.
The 2015 Annual Coulter McDowell Lecture took place on the 4th November 2015 and was given by Mr Gareth Griffiths, feature film and major sports software specialist and former student of Royal Holloway. Discover more here.
The 2016 Annual Coulter McDowell Lecture, which is the 30th in the series, took place on the 2nd November 2016.
What can we do when we cannot count?
Professor Ruth King, of Edinburgh University, enabled us to discover the mathematical answer to difficult questions when counting isn’t possible. Discover more here