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    Utterly Amazing Science

    We were delighted to hear that Utterly Amazing Science has won the Royal Society’s Young People’s Book Prize 2015! The book was chosen by over 1,500 young people in judging panels around the country and the Prize was presented at an awards ceremony at the Eden Project in Cornwall on Monday 16 November. The Society awards a prize each year to the best…

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    Trinity Mirror “Huddle”

    Robert joined a Mirror “Huddle” to explain to attendees how they could unleash their creative minds. The Mirror covered the event live on its website and on Twitter!

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    Superhuman

    Be amazed and astounded at the human body, from head to toe, and discover how extraordinary you really are.

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    Cheltenham Science Festival

      Robert will once again be present at this year’s Cheltenham Science Festival which runs between 2 and 7 June 2015. Robert will be delivering two talks on Sunday 7 June: What’s the fuss with “3 parent” babies? and Mutations, Medicine and Murder in Renaissance Art. Tickets are on sale now.

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    Bleehen Lecture, Cambridge

    On 26 May Robert will be delivering the inaugural Bleehen Lecture at the Old Divinity School, St John’s College Cambridge.  He will be speaking on The Science of God.  The lecture is named after Professor Norman Bleehen who was the first Cancer Research Campaign professor of clinical oncology in the University of Cambridge and a fellow…

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    Visit to Newcastle College

    Robert will be delivering a public lecture in Newcastle on Thursday 14 May.  This is a dual initiative of Newcastle College and the Literary and Philosophical Society with the aim of benefiting the public through facilitating free lectures by leading thinkers.  The theme of the current lecture series is “On the Edge”.  Please note that…

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    Scientists contribute to Time Out’s top 100 sci-fi movies

    Robert Winston, amongst other scientists, sci-fi experts, filmmakers, critics and writers pick their favourite science fiction films for Time Out. See Robert Winston’s contributions here The Lost World (Hoyt 1925) Alien (Scott 1979) 2001 A Space Odyssey (Kubrick 1968) Metropolis (Lang 1927) Mars Attacks (Burton 1996) Men In Black (Sonnenfeld 1997) Gattaca (Niccol 1997) The…

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    Winchester Festival of the Arts

    Robert will be speaking at the Winchester Festival of the Arts at 6pm on Tuesday 7 July at the Guildhall in Winchester.  His talk is entitled Meddling with the Future and tickets are available now.