Two lectures by Dutch scientists at Royal Institution this October
Two Dutch scientists will take the stage at the Royal Institution's world famous theatre to explore the latest amazing science and the way in which it shapes our lives. On Tuesday 22 October Professor Dave Blank, Chief Scientific Ambassador at University of Twente, will talk about "minuscule laboratories that can fit on a postage stamp" and other fascinating nanotechnology developments. A week later, on Wednesday 30 October, Eline van der Kruk, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at TU Delft, takes the audience on a journey to the world of Biomechanics, "a place where computer simulations and smart sensors are being developed to push the boundaries of human movement".
Series of Dutch talks at the Royal Institution
- Register for the Dave Blank's lecture on Nanotechnology on 22 October
- Register for Eline van der Kruk lecture on Biomechanics on 30 October
Talks at the Royal Institution in London are always well attended and the recordings of those talks, posted on RI's immensely popular YouTube channel, are often watched thousands of times. That is why the Dutch Embassy in the UK has partnered with RI to showcase some of the most innovative research taking place in the Netherlands.
Examples of previous lectures are:
- Quantum computing: Untangling the hype - by Harry Buhrman
- Regenerative medicine: a biological boost - by Pamela Habibović
- How Can Chemistry Make Our Society More Sustainable? - by Bert Weckhuysen (video)
- One Alternative to Centralised Electronic Identities - by Bart Jacobs (video)