Robert Boyle Lecture

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Not to be confused with Boyle Lectures.

The Robert Boyle Lecture is a lecture series delivered to the Oxford University Scientific Club (formerly the Oxford University Junior Scientific Club) at the University of Oxford, England. The first lecture was delivered in 1892.

The lectures[edit]

  • 1 - The place in science and the character of Robert Boyle
  • 2 - Molecular Tactics of a Crystal
  • 5 - Argon and Helium, the Two Recently Discovered Gases
  • 8 - Magnetism in Growth
  • 9 - The rise of the experimental method in Oxford
  • 14 - The Scope and Importance to the State of the Science of National Eugenics
  • 21 - Nationality and Race (delivered by Arthur Keith)[1]
  • 22 - Anthropology and history
  • 23 - Electrons and Ether Waves
  • 27 - The Geological Age of the Earth
  • 28 - Recent Developments in Atomic Theory
  • 33 - The Problems of Specificity in Biochemical Catalysis
  • 39 - The structure of alloys
  • 49 - Anatomical pattern as the essential basis of sensory discrimination
  • 50 - Science and International Relations
  • 53 - A Hundred Years of Spectroscopy...

Lecturers[edit]

In 1998, the lecture was presented by Kevin Warwick.

References[edit]