Watch our online talks to hear from our researchers about the work they do.

This includes the Destination series from our Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics groups, who apply physics to advance our understanding of Planet Earth as well as of planets in our solar system and beyond. 

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Destination: Earth

Join us on an exploration of planet Earth with an exciting programme of short talks!

Talks will last 15 minutes followed by 15 minutes for questions.

All events will be run completely online via Zoom and are free to attend. Registration is required. All events are suitable for ages 11+.

Full details about each event and the registration links is given below.

Talk schedule (5.30pm, 40min)

  • Mon 6 March -  Kristian Strommen - Climate models: what are they ‚Äčand  how are they used?
  • Mon 13 March - Adam Povey - How to make a cloud with a fire 
  • Wed 22 March - Kunhui Ye - Humans or Polar bears? The impact of losing Arctic sea ice 
  • Mon 27 March - Matthew Patterson - Barbeque time or summer washout - can we predict the average weather a season in advance? 
  • 17/19 April - Isabelle Taylor - Observing volcanic plumes from space 

Destination: Space

In our previous Destination series we went on an out-of-this-world adventure to the solar system. All events in this series were recorded and can be viewed on the Department of Physics YouTube channel here(link is external)