Past lectures

Thursday 28 May 2015

Why did Bach make his famous journey to North Germany to visit the great organist - composer Dieterich Buxtehude, when there were other...

Wednesday 27 May 2015

This lecture offers a survey of the brilliant new breakthroughs in treatments for heart defects and their implications for medical...

Tuesday 26 May 2015

Businesses fail all the time. They either go broke, destroying value and throwing people out of work, or they suffer catastrophic...

Tuesday 26 May 2015

This second lecture on ME/CFS complements the lecture of 5 May 2015, providing an overview of new and exciting research developments...

Friday 22 May 2015

The symposium will look at the country's rapidly developing economy and place in the world in the context of its history,...

Thursday 21 May 2015

The symposium will look at the country's rapidly developing economy and place in the world in the context of its history,...

Thursday 21 May 2015

The symposium will look at the country's rapidly developing economy and place in the world in the context of its history,...

Thursday 21 May 2015

The symposium will look at the country's rapidly developing economy and place in the world in the context of its history,...

Wednesday 20 May 2015

The Joint London Mathematical Society/Gresham College Annual Lecture

Viruses like the common cold look like tiny footballs and...

Tuesday 19 May 2015

The 2015 election will be the first one since 1935 at which a coalition government will be defending its record. It will be a multi-...

Thursday 14 May 2015

That the key to an audience's attention is to fulfil or frustrate its expectations is a theory first hinted at in 1752 by Charles Avison...

Wednesday 13 May 2015

In this lecture, Gwen Adshead will review what is known about perpetrators of human violence, both male and female. She will explore...