Impossibles: The meeting of science and adventure
Event schedule details
Saturday 29 June
Event location details
Flett Lecture Theatre
Natural History Museum
Speaker: Melanie Windridge
Melanie Windridge is a physicist, speaker and writer… with a taste for adventure.
She has travelled the world, worked in fashion, gained a doctorate in fusion energy, made inventions for technology companies, appeared on TV, climbed mountains and written books. She works for Tokamak Energy, a fusion start-up working towards commercial fusion power. She has skied out across Arctic Svalbard to see the northern lights and has climbed Everest to highlight the science that makes it safer.
Following Melanie’s journey from childhood to the present day, we find out how Melanie has built a career around her two passions of science and adventure, and how she has come to recognise that the common theme in the elements of her career is the notion of achieving the “impossible”.
This is part of our ‘Great Expeditions’ talks series. Take a look at the other talks in this series.
This event is free but booking is available to guarantee a place.
Please arrive ten minutes before the event begins. If you arrive after the event has started, your ticket will be reallocated.
Limited tickets will be available on the day, but we recommend pre-booking to guarantee a place.
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