Introduction

Dr Tamsin Edwards is a climate scientist specialising in quantifying the uncertainties of climate model predictions, particularly for the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheet contributions to sea-level rise.

This event is organised in collaboration with the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

About the event

Tamsin’s research accompanied by her teaching role at King’s College London, makes her a hugely engaging and informative speaker. She can draw from a wide range of research within her field of climate science and the environment and, as such, you will leave the auditorium feeling better informed, enlivened to join the debate and also more equipped to question your own and others’ pre-existing beliefs.

More information coming soon

Please note that registration for this event is managed by the Royal Institution and tickets to attend this event in-person start from £10. An access fund is available for anyone who would otherwise be unable to attend. Please contact [email protected] to enquire.

 

This series of Turing Lectures is organised in collaboration with The Royal Institution of Great Britain.

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The Royal Institution of Great Britain
21 Albemarle Street
London
W1S 4BS

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