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Finding Landmines with Fluorescence and Honeybees
There are still over 100 million landmines across the world. Come along to the next Aberdeen lecture and hear Dr Ross Gillanders from the University of St Andrews talk about the new technologies needed to help find them. 2 December 2019 7-8.15pm, Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen, AB10 1FE.

Glasgow morning lectures
Join us on Wednesday 22 January 2020, 10am - 12.30pm, for our Glasgow morning lectures. Tickets are free but booking is necessary.


11 December

  • 1972 Apollo 17 touches down in the last mission of the world’s first programme of manned moon landings
  • 1781 Birth of David Brewster, who discovered the laws of light polarization by reflection and refraction
  • 1863 Birth of Annie Jump Cannon, the compiler of the Henry Draper Star Catalogue featuring 225 000 stars
  • 1882 Birth of Max Born, one of the pioneers of quantum mechanics and the recipient of the 1954 Nobel Prize
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    The schools lectures feature topics from the Olympics to rock music. Plenty of physics to learn too!

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