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Daniell Lecture

King's College London

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 from 16:00 to 18:00 (BST)

Daniell Lecture

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“Chemistry for a Cleaner World” 
Professor Tom Welton, Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Imperial College London 

The annual Daniell Lecture presents exciting contemporary developments in Chemistry to select A-level students and teachers.  The lectures are delivered by internationally renowned scientists who are chosen, not only for their outstanding contribution to modern scientific knowledge, but also for their ability to communicate the essence of their research to a young audience. 

Prior to Professor Welton’s lecture, we will host tours to show prospective students King's College’s brand-new undergraduate teaching labs and instruments, with some simple experiments available for students to try.  Tours will also be available of some of the leading research and analytical labs of King’s, where you can see the latest instruments used to catch both criminals and drug cheats involved in the Olympic Games and similar high profile sporting events. 

 

Programme:

4.00PM - 5.00PM         Arrivals

4.00PM - 5.00PM         Tours and Refreshments

5.00PM - 6.00PM         Talk by Professor Welton

6.00PM                         Close

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Franklin-Wilkins Building
150 Stamford Street
King's College London
SE1 9NH London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 from 16:00 to 18:00 (BST)


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