6.00 pm to 7.45 pm
Location: Eastern Gateway Building – Auditorium. Brunel University London, UK.
Sir Mark, the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, will tackle the big questions of science, research, and policy in the 21st Century.
As the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Mark Walport works at the heart of government, ensuring that the best science and engineering advice is applied to government policy and decision-making on topical issues ranging from flooding to the internet of things.
In this lecture Sir Mark will tackle the big questions of science, research, and policy in the 21st Century.
Doors open from 5:30pm, cash bar available before and after the lectures.
Brunel’s Public Lecture series of exciting talks is free and welcome to all, bringing together a variety of experts in a range of fields to discuss topical subjects and how they may affect our future.
About the Speaker
Sir Mark is the Chief Scientific Adviser to HM Government, responsible for the quality of all engineering and scientific advice across Government and reports directly to the Prime Minister. Previously he was director of the Wellcome Trust and head of the Division of Medicine at Imperial College London.
See more and register to attend at Brunel University London website.