This year the Cheltenham Science Festival runs from Tuesday 4 till Sunday 9 June. Helen will be there on Thursday 6 June, with a talk titled “The ocean at the top of the world”…
Northern Ireland Science Festival - 'Wild Weather, Physics & Climate Change (or 12 Years to Save the World)'
The NI Science Festival is coming back for its fifth year from Thursday 14 – Sunday 24 February 2019 to celebrate the science of you, the universe and everything in between…
In the summer of 2018, Helen spent two months on an icebreaker close to the North Pole, one of forty researchers on a huge expedition to study Arctic weather. In this talk, Helen will discuss what they found, why it matters, and the future of the Arctic region. There will be stories of ice, bears and ships, and the science that made it all worthwhile…
The fantastic physics of the everyday world
Helen will take us through some of the little everyday oddities that shed light on some of the most important science and technology of our time. Once the patterns are visible, a new perspective on the world beckons.
New Scientist Live is a festival of ideas and discovery, taking place at ExCeL London from 28 September to 1 October. Rooted in the biggest, best and most provocative science, New Scientist Live will touch on all areas of human life. On Thursday Helen will tell us 'We need to talk about physics'. And Helen will be there on Sunday with Robin, Lucie and Matt in Cosmic Shambles Live - an explosion of science, comedy, music and general wonder.
Science writers Sam Kean and Helen Czerski discuss the surprising and fascinating science of everyday life.
In Caesar's Last Breath, Sam Kean takes us on a journey through the periodic table, around the globe, and across time to tell the story of the air we breathe, which, it turns out, is also the story of earth and our existence in it.
Helen's Storm in a Teacup brings physics into our daily lives and makes it fascinating. What is it that helps both scorpions and cyclists to survive? What do raw eggs and gyroscopes have in common? And why does it matter?
The 2017 Bluedot weekend2017 Bluedot weekend 2017 Bluedot weekend took place on 7, 8 and 9 July, Jodrell Bank Observatory, in Cheshire. Helen wwas at 'Mission Control', talking about our planet's ocean. This gigantic and dynamic water reservoir has a huge effect on our everyday life. Our weather and climate depend on it, and the battles, trade and food supplies influenced by it have shaped our civilisation. We looked at how this engine works, how different cultures relate to it, and what the future holds for the blue of our planet.
BHA Convention in Cambridge, over the weekend of 9–11 June. Twelve speakers are announced, including BBC science broadcaster Helen Czerski, social psychologist Karen Douglas, human rights and counter-extremism activist Sara Khan, environmentalist Mark Lynas, along with theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili and BHA Chief Executive Andrew Copson.
Our amazing oceans are home to millions of species, regulate the climate and the air we breathe, and are an integral part of the global economy. But they are at risk. What does the future hold for the beating heart of our planet? Helen Czerski, marine conservationist Steve Rocliffe, microbial oceanographer Sonya Dyhrman and marine strandings expert Rob Deaville dive headfirst into our changing ocean. Details.
Stranger Worlds event at Royal Observatory, Planetarium & Astronomy Centre, Greenwich. Find out where science fact meets fiction in this evening of games, talks, planetarium shows and readings. Guest speakers on the evening include Jon Culshaw, Helen Czerski, Paul Abel and Lucie Green.