Where, what and who: Progress in Astronomy’s big questions

Chris Lintott is a professor of astrophysics at the University of Oxford, where he is also a research fellow at New College, working on topics from galaxy evolution, transient detection and machine learning. As Principal Investigator of the Zooniverse, he leads a team who run the world’s most successful citizen science projects, allowing more than a million people to discover planets, transcribe ancient papyri or explore the Serengeti. A passionate advocate of the public understanding of science, he is best known as co-presenter of the BBC’s long running Sky at Night program.

His book, ‘The Crowd and the Cosmos’, is now available from Oxford University Press.  Professor Chris Lintott will be signing books after his talk - buy your copy beforehand from the The White Horse Book shop in town. 

Length of talk - 1hr 30 mins including book signing
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Venue 5-10 minutes walk from town centre parking
Disabled parking for blue badge holders ONLY - Your booking confirmation explains how to contact us to reserve a space.
Accessible venue - please select ticket for wheelchair space if needed
Masks recommended

BBC Four - The Sky at Night - Professor Chris Lintott
Memorial Hall
Entrance via main gate to Marlborough College
Bath Road