Danielle George is Professor of Radio frequency engineering at the University of Manchester. She has also been on our television screens presenting Horizon: Avalanche: Making a Deadly Snowstorm for BBC
Danielle George is Professor of Radio frequency engineering at the University of Manchester. She has also been on our television screens presenting Horizon: Avalanche: Making a Deadly Snowstorm for BBC Two, Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots on BBC Four, Search for a New Earth on BBC Two with Professor Stephen Hawking and Nation of Inventors on BBC One North West. In 2016, Danielle presented Televisions Opening Night: How the Box was Born on BBC Four and in 2014 The Royal Institution Christmas lectures ‘How to hack your Home’.
Danielle’s passion for raising public awareness of the positive impact engineering and science has on all aspects of our everyday lives, as well as highlighting to young people the immense depth and breadth of opportunities a career in science and engineering can offer, has led to numerous current high-profile Ambassadorial roles. Following on from the success of her Royal Institution Christmas Lectures she is the co-founder of the “Manchester Robot Orchestra” with huge success in many countries around the world and generated over 1m hits on social media.
This is a wonderful opportunity to hear a world class scientist and engineer talk about her subject, so be sure to book early.
Doors open at 7pm, starts at 7.30pm. Ticket price £10.00 = £15.00* Booking fees apply.
(Sunday) 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
St John's Church
Buxton Road, Ashbourne DE6 1EX
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