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The CHRISTMAS LECTURES Zone is running from the 7th January – 1st February 2019.
The activity is open to all schools in the UK and is suitable for students in Year 5 – Year 13.
To involve your class, register by Monday 10th December.
What is the CHRISTMAS LECTURES Zone?
The online STEM activity focuses on identity, evolution and genetics. It links to this year’s Royal Institution CHRISTMAS LECTURES theme — the fundamental question “Who am I?”. The Lectures bring our evolutionary story to life and ask challenging questions about the future of our species…
Students will connect with a range of scientists and experts (geneticists, ethicists, archaeologists, psychologists, computer scientists and more) including this year’s CHRISTMAS LECTURES presenters Professor Alice Roberts and Professor Aoife McLysaght, and other contributors to the Lectures.
What can my class do?
Your class will go online to ask their questions to a group of experts, including Alice and Aoife, from the broadcast of the lectures until the 1st February 2019. Students will connect with scientists and staff investigating our evolutionary story, looking at our relationship to other species, and working on the future of genetics.
The online activity is flexible, allowing you to book a live chat at a time that suits your class this January. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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