History of science virtual tour (2 of 3)
14 October, 5:00 pm
Virtual tour | History, Science
This second of three history of science virtual tours will take you to several key scientific locations in Oxford from the comfort of your own home. Travel back in time to reveal how science was done in the early days of Oxford University. Together, we will explore the legacy of discovery and some of recent scientific achievements while learning about Oxford’s Nobel Prize winners and notable scholars. www.oxfordinsiders.com
Nina Kruglikova graduated with a DPhil in Geography and the Environment from Oxford University. She leads thematic sightseeing tours, which featured in the British Science Week and the International Women’s Festival. She is a member of the Oxford Heritage Network and volunteers as a tour guide for the Oxford Preservation Trust.
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