Rumble Talk Series

The Rumble Museum regularly organises a very wide range of speakers to deliver talks on all sorts of topics, from medicine and economics to astronomy and neuroscience. You can listen again to some of our recent talks below by clicking on the images.

30th November, "Do You Have a Girl or a Boy Brain? Or Is That a Silly Question?" by Professor Gina Rippon, Aston Brain Centre (organised as part of our Year Seven Breakfast Talk Series).

 23rd November, "Discovering a New Species of Dinosaur" by Professor Neil Gostling, University of Southampton (organised as part of our Year Seven Breakfast Talk Series).

16th November, "The Maths Behind How Things Spread", by Dr Thom Rawson, Imperial College London (organised as part of our Year Seven Breakfast Talk Series).

 

2nd July, "What Happens in the Brain when we Disagree", by Dr Andreas Kappes, Psychology Lecturer at City, University of London (organised as part of our Year Eight Breakfast Talk Series).

 

25th June, "The Effects of Music on the Brain", by Artur Janschke, Professor of Music-based Therapies and Interventions at the Department Clinical Neuropsychology, Amsterdam (organised as part of our Year Eight Breakfast Talk Series).

 

11th June, "A Planet with No Sun", by Chris Beckett, award-winning science fiction author (organised as part of our Year Eight Breakfast Talk Series).

 

14th May, "What If the Dinosaurs Hadn't Been Destroyed by an Asteroid?" by Dr Michael Pittman, Vertebrate Palaeontology Laboratory at the University of Hong Kong (organised as part of our Year Seven Breakfast Talk Series).

 

30th April, Infrared Imaging by Professor Rhett Allain, Southeastern Louisiana University (organised as part of our Year Seven Breakfast Talk Series).

 

23rd April, "Extraterrestrial" by Professor Avi Loeb, Harvard University (organised for Cheney Sixth Form Assembly).

 

24th March, "Past and Future of Medicine" by Professor Robert Winston (organised as part of our Cheney 2050 event).

 

24th March, "Doughnut Economics" by Dr Kate Raworth, Doughnut Economics Lab (organised as part of our Cheney 2050 event).