Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

In response to the growing interest in history of science books for a wide readership, the Museum has launched a series of occasional public lectures, where authors reflect, not just on the subject of their books, but more generally on the process of writing – its inspiration, research, problems, dilemmas and choices. The series, ‘Between the Lines’, was launched by Lisa Jardine earlier this year.

In the second lecture in the series Patricia Fara will talk about her book ‘Newton: the Making of Genius’

Friday 24 October, 7 pm Admission free