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At present for 2023 we are hosting some Lectures and Cafe Scientifique events in person and a few on Zoom. Please check the date, time and day of the week for each event as they do vary.

Opening hours for our office at the Lodge are shown on our homepage.

Lilies of the Sea: Martin Lister (1639-1712), crinoid fossils and chemical theories of fossilisation  

YPS Lectures
Date
5 Mar 2024
Start time
7:00 PM
Venue
Tempest Anderson Hall
Speaker
Prof. Anna Marie Roos, FLS FSA | Professor of the History of Science and Medicine, College of Arts, University of Lincoln. 

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Lilies of the Sea: Martin Lister (1639-1712), crinoid fossils and chemical theories of fossilisation  

A better way to monitor People with Parkinson’s using “white box” AI

YPS Lectures
Date
19 Mar 2024
Start time
7:00 PM
Venue
Tempest Anderson Hall
Speaker
Professor Stephen Smith, School of Physics, Engineering and Technology at the University of York.

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A better way to monitor People with Parkinson’s using “white box” AI

Meeting farming’s sustainability challenge: circular approaches to make agriculture ‘greener’ and more profitable.

Café Scientifique
Date
20 Mar 2024
Start time
7:00 PM
Venue
Mickelgate Social
Speaker
Emma Needham, Head of Communications, Biorenewables Development Centre

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Meeting farming’s sustainability challenge: circular approaches to make agriculture ‘greener’ and more profitable.

Managing the Thornborough Henges: from community enterprise to community ownership.

YPS Lectures
Date
9 Apr 2024
Start time
2:30 PM
Venue
Tempest Anderson Hall
Speaker
Keith Emerick, Historic England

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Managing the Thornborough Henges: from community enterprise to community ownership.

‘John Phillips and the Cambrian Explosion’

YPS Lectures
Date
23 Apr 2024
Start time
7:00 PM
Venue
Tempest Anderson Hall
Speaker
Professor Rachel Wood, Professor of Carbonate Geoscience, University of Edinburgh

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‘John Phillips and the Cambrian Explosion’

The Science of the Singing Voice (and why it’s tough being a soprano)

YPS Lectures
Date
7 May 2024
Start time
7:00 PM
Venue
Yorkshire Museum
Speaker
Professor Helena Daffern, School of Physics, Engineering and Technology, University of York.

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The Science of the Singing Voice (and why it’s tough being a soprano)

Visit to Southwell Minster and Workhouse

YPS Activities
Date
13 Jun 2024
Start time
8:45 AM

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Visit to Southwell Minster and Workhouse