The Ascent of John Tyndall

Thursday 22 March, 6.00pm – 7.00pm

John Tyndall was a leading scientific figure in Victorian Britain. Among much else, he established the physical basis of the greenhouse effect, and explained why the sky is blue. To celebrate the launch of his new biography, Sir Roland Jackson will explore the scientific achievements and impact of this colourful physicist, communicator, and mountaineer, who ascended from humble beginnings to the heart of Victorian society.

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Image Credit: Sir Roland Jackson