Other London events

Undiscovered origins

The event will be held upstairs, unfortunately there is no step-free access.
Past event - 2015
19 May Doors open 6:30pm
Event 7pm-10pm
Hoop and Toy, 34 Thurloe Place,
London SW7 2HQ
Please note that this event is only accessible by stairs.

The unknown southern land

Professor Martin Siegert
The Greeks thought that the northern world needed a southern landmass to retain the Earth’s balance. This “Unknown Southern Land” was later discovered as Antarctica, which remains the most unexplored region on Earth. With examples from his own field investigations, Martin will describe how the view of Antarctica as a cold and lifeless continent has been transformed by a new appreciation of its changing dynamics that is crucial in our global environment.

Comets, meteorites and the origin of life

Dr Zita Martins
How did life originate on Earth? This remains one of the biggest scientific questions yet to be answered. Billions of years ago, comets, asteroids, and meteorites heavily bombarded the Earth. Zita will argue that these extra-terrestrial encounters contributed to the origin of life on Earth and possibly elsewhere in our solar system.
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