Physics Courses in London
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Course Date: Tue 27 Oct 2020
Location on this date: OnlineDo you enjoy reading about science but sometimes want to discuss and confirm your understanding with other readers? Join our science reading group and benefit from the support of an expert in the field. In this reading group we discuss Clea Koff's well-receceived book 'The Bone Woman: A forensic anthropologists's search for truth in the mass graves of Rwanda, Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo', focusing on the parts on the Rwandan Genocide and the role of forensic anthropology in the International Tribunal of Justice.
Agata is both an archaeologist and a forensic anthropologist with experience in the UK and Europe. She has worked at major infrastructure projects in the UK as an archaeologist, team leader and osteologist and regularly helps both prosecuters and archaeologists in other European countries where she helps the prosecution answer questions about deceased people’s identification, life and death and assists archaeologists examine the health and demography of past populations.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘What is the course about?’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £15.00Senior fee: £15.00Concession: £15.00
Course Date: Sat 14 Nov 2020
Location on this date: OnlineChemistry is fundamental to life and the world around us. Natural chemical processes sustain biological organisms, shape the world as we experience it, and have been detected and observed on planets orbiting distant stars. This course explores the basic concepts of chemistry to give students a working knowledge of all the most important areas.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘What is the course about?’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £49.00Senior fee: £39.00Concession: £25.00
Course Date: Sun 29 Nov 2020
Location on this date: OnlineWe'll explore the concept of time in everyday life, using the theories of special and general relativity. We'll investigate its nature in the quantum world zooming out to the large scale Universe.
Radmila Topalovic holds a degree in Physics with Astrophysics and a PhD in Astrochemistry. She has written articles for The Guardian Starwatch column and The Mercury Night Sky column, and is a co-author of Stargazing: A beginner's guide to astronomy. Radmila was an astronomer at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, she is currently Programme Leader for Science and Engineering at Kaplan International College.
This course will be delivered online. See the ‘What is the course about?’ section in course details for more information.Full fee: £59.00Senior fee: £47.00Concession: £30.00
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