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Royal Holloway Science Open Day

Royal Holloway Science Open Day
Date
05/03/2016
Description
Be inspired by science at the annual Royal Holloway Science Open Day. Come and be part of our popular day of hands-on activities, demonstrations, talks, live experiments and much more. Presented by staff and students from each of our science departments, as well as guest exhibitors, our packed programme has something for all the family.

Super Science Saturday: Storytime Science

Super Science Saturday: Storytime Science
Date
01/03/2014
Description
Super Science Saturday

Rare Disease Day

Date
28/02/2014
Description
Rare Disease Day

Science Dinner: Around the World in 80 Bites

Date
27/02/2014
Description
Science Dinner

University Challenge

Date
27/02/2014
Description
University Challenge

Science Festival Headline Event: The Chronic Argonauts - From Wells to Doctor Who

Date
26/02/2014
Description
Science Festival Headline Event

Science Festival Pub Quiz

Date
25/02/2014
Description
Science Festival Pub Quiz

Psychology departmental lecture: Laughter, prejudice and unfamiliar faces

Date
24/02/2014
Description
Psychology departmental lecture

PassengerFilms: Cinema meets Geography

Date
24/02/2014
Description
Revisit and re-explore some of your favourite children's stories as PassengerFilms invites you down the rabbit hole in their latest showing of geographically inspired film.

The War of the Worlds

The War of the Worlds
Date
20/03/2013
Description
H G Wells' The War of the Worlds (1898) is one of the great classics of science fiction. Join Dr Stewart Boogert, Reader in Accelerator Physics and Adam Roberts, Professor of Nineteenth-century Literature who will stage this novel as a dialogue between past and future—between the nineteenth-century world view and 21st-century astrophysics.
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