An overview of the political turmoil that went on in Britain in the lead up to the Falklands War in 1982: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/
Time Domain Astronomy is astronomy in four dimensions and its allowing us to unpick the largest and quickest celestial events in
It was during the reign of George V that constitutional monarchy reached its maturity. https://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events
The Conservative Party is the oldest and one of the most successful political parties in the democratic world. It has been, for many
Robbert Dijkgraaf's focus is on string theory, quantum gravity, and the interface between mathematics and particle physics, bringing
What is the evidence for Dark Matter and Dark Energy? How does it relate to giant clusters of galaxies? http://www.gresham.ac.uk/
Professor Carole Rawcliffe offers an overview of the hospital as it existed in the Middle Ages, along the way outlining the place of
A thorough examination of the life and work of one of histories greatest mathematicians, the "Shakespeare of Numbers", Leonhard
Rotation is a fundamental physical process throughout the Universe. So much is spinning, from planets and stars revolving on their
For 100 years up to the end of the 19th century the study of geometry was completely changed with the development of non-
Long before there were stars, there was the stuff that stars are made of. https://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/observing-
Migration from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe has reached mass proportions in the last few years. https://www.gresham.
Professor Tony Mann of the University of Greenwich and Visiting Gresham Professor of Computing Mathematics discusses some of
Why did Lenins Bolsheviks take power in October 1917? The earlier (February) revolution and the hopes it raised, the complex
For some, twentieth-century buildings are not heritage, but for an increasing number, they are the most threatened buildings in
Supermassive black holes lurk in the very centres of galaxies. The Milky Way has a central black hole of four million solar masses.
At the beginning of the nineteenth century, communication was slow, even relatively short journeys were uncertain and time-
This lecture explores new ways of understanding the crisis that brought war to Europe in the summer of 1914; reflects on some of the
By looking at their palaces, we can learn a great deal about how the first two Tudor kings lived, and still more about the society they
The Survey of London is the closest thing we have to an 'official' history of London, providing a fascinating insight into some of the
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