Rewley House Lecture Series

Free lectures open to all

The Rewley House Lecture Series is an opportunity to experience the extraordinarily diverse research interests of academics from across and beyond the Department, and to participate in multidisciplinary debate.

Speakers will have 20-30 minutes to deliver their presentation, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

Lectures are free and open to everyone. 

Next event

More details will be announced soon.

Past events

The Creativity Code

Prof Marcus du Sautoy asks 'Will a computer ever compose a symphony, write a prize-winning novel, or paint a masterpiece?'

Power-posing politicians, human pheromones, and other psychological myths

Using his research in to human pheromones as an example, Tristram Wyatt will discuss how and why popular myths are created and how efforts have been made to address the ‘reproducibility crisis’.