• Time: 18:00 - 19:30
  • Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019
  • Location: Business School Western Lecture Theatre, University of Leeds
  • Interval:
  • Cost: Free event
  • Type: Lectures and seminars
  • Open to: General public
  • Faculty: Science and Technology
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The Green Lecture is given by a world-leading researcher in Earth science. This year, Roel Snieder explains how apparently chaotic noise can be used to tell us more about the dynamic Earth.

Booking is essential. Get your free tickets at https://bit.ly/GreenLecture19

The University of Leeds Green Lecture is an annual public lecture given by a world-leading researcher in the field of Earth science. It is open to anyone to attend and is designed to be accessible to a very wide range of people, especially non-scientists, including those at school studying for their GCSEs and above. It exists to show the public the exciting and fascinating world of the study of the Earth. This year, Professor Roel Snieder of the Colorado School of Mines explains how apparently chaotic and useless noise can be harnessed to make images of the Earth beneath our feet, and many other things besides.

For more information, visit the Green Lecture website.

The Green Lecture is organised with the Leeds Geological Association.