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Beyond Weird. Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

Fiction Lab 10th Anniversary: Science and literature (panel). Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

Do fictional monsters reflect our reality? Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

Last of the Frankenstein series.

Beyond Weird, Hay Literary Festival, Hay-on-Wye, 1 pm. Details here.

Making monsters: ethical gene editing. Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

Part of the Frankenstein series.

The electricity of life. Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

Part of the Frankenstein series.

On Frankenstein and its legacy: keynote talk for Creating Artificial Life. Wageningen University, the Netherlands. Details here.

Quantum computing: untangling the hype (chairing). Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

The origin of life: in discussion with Nick Lane. Royal Institution, London, 7 pm. Details here.

Part of the Frankenstein series.

Music and the Future: a discussion panel with Jem Finer and Matthew Herbert. King's Place, London. Details here.

Frankenstein and its legacy, Royal Institution London, 7 pm (chairing).

The first of a series of events celebrating the bicentenary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.



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LATEST PUBLICATION

"All set for chemistry", Chemistry World June 2015, p46-49.
Available here.

P. Ball & J. E. Hallsworth, "Water structure and chaotropicity: their uses and abuses", Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 17, 8297-8305 (2015).
Available here.