Rolling the Dice on your health…?
Lancashire has been at the focal point of science since J.J Thompson was award the Nobel Prize in 1906.
Early Lancashire pioneers have blazed a trail science, averaging 8-10 years between discoveries’s that were awarded the Nobel Prize.
At the forefront of science in the UK has been the Royal Institution of London, both in public engagement but also as a laboratory for many scientists of note such as Sir Michael Faraday. The Royal Institutions continual present in science and their many public events such as their annual Christmas lecture series has been an inspiration to generations of scientists worldwide.
Towards these ends a Chemist, Frederick Crace Calvert was awarded custodianship of the Lancashire equivalent; The Royal Manchester Institution.
In recognition of the history of science in our region and of Frederick Crace Calvert heading The Royal Institution of Manchester, we are proud to announce the annual
Christmas lecture series by the University technical college in collaboration with the University of Bolton.
The evening will be both informative and enjoyable; book early to secure your seat.