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"Life, computation, thermodynamics: a natural history"

Santa Fe Institute, NM, workshop on Statistical Physics, Information Processing and Biology

Details here.

"Invisible"

Maxwell Lectures, King's College London, 2 pm.

"The Water Kingdom"

Isle of Wight Literary Festival, 12.45 pm. Details here.

"The future of materials"

Pujiang Innovation Forum, Shanghai, China. Details here.

"Why Water is Weird"

Center for Free Electron Laser Science, Hamburg, 2 pm. Details here.

"The dark side of the universe"

Chairing an event at the How The Light Gets In festival

Hay on Wye, Wales, 10.30 am. Details here.

See the whole HTLGI Festival programme here.

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Chairing a discussion with Bonnie Greer and Hugh Montgomery

Royal Institution, Albermarle St, London, 7.00 pm. Details here.

"After particles" - the new quantum mechanics

How The Light Gets In festival

Hay on Wye, Wales, 6 pm. Details here.

See the whole HTLGI Festival programme here.

"Why water is weird"

GCSE Science Live, London Piccadilly Theatre. Details here.

"The strangeness of race"

Chairing a discussion panel at the How The Light Gets In Festival

Hay on Wye, Wales, 2.30 pm. Details here.

See the whole HTLGI Festival programme here.



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The Unseen - A History of the Invisible

A series of five programmes looking at amazing events and characters from science history, on BBC Radio 4.

They are available for some time on the BBC iPlayer here.