We’ve got loads of new and exciting science faces on our Wednesday 7 June line-up, exploring all the biggest and most controversial issues in the history of science: pandemics, autoimmunity, men…
Joining Steve Cross in the Star of Kings basement:
Natt Day – Everyone loves watching pandemic disaster films. But are they at all realistic?
Alex Parsons explores the history and science of people complaining about dog poo in the street
Cam Watson talks us through the evolutionary origins of maleness. Ever looked at some men and just wondered… why?
Mirri Hengeveld – Justice Through Science: Magnus Hirschfeld and the beginnings of modern sexology
Sarah Binney talks 19th century clockmaking. Horrible Horology, or, why the time in London is the same as in Cork but not in Calais
Anna Cupani studied for her PhD at Imperial, and ended up in the middle of the Belgian countryside. She’ll be talking about her experience being a woman (and a foreigner) in the science and engineering world and the crazy, painful, and hilarious things that come with it
Alina Paduraru explains autoimmune disorders and how T cells are involved
Steve Lee – A ramble in Academia, Alchemy and America…