Big Question Lectures
Big Question lectures are an opportunity for Centre of the Cell’s Youth Members – as well as the general public – to hear about ground-breaking research and life-saving work happening here in London, and to ask our speakers about their work.
Talks are delivered by leading scientists or clinicians, often from Barts and the London School of Medicine & Dentistry.
These events are always free, and aim to increase science capital, bridging the gap between scientists and the general public.
We are excited to announce that our next Big Question Lecture will be on Thursday 6th April 2023. We’ll be joined by Prof. Andrew Prendergast, who will speak about how children may not always grow healthily during pregnancy, and what effects this could have in later life.
Previous Big Question lectures
How do genes make an ant society?
Is the air we breathe our hidden enemy?
London’s Air Ambulance: What does it take to save the capital’s critically injured?
Hidden Enemies: What was the real killer of World War One?
Was the First World War Good for Medicine?