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The Royal Institution of Great Britain, Website Links

The Royal Institution was established over 200 years ago and 14 of it's resident scientists have received Nobel Prizes. Some of the most important scientific discoveries including ten of the chemical elements, the electric generator and the atomic structure of crystals were discovered at the Royal Institution. Famous scientists such as Humphry Davy, Michael Faraday, James Dewar as well as William and Lawrence Bragg all based their work at the Ri.

The Royal Institution of Great Britain
21 Albemarle Street
London, W1S 4BS

(+44) 0 20 7409 2992
(+44) 0 20 7629 3569

Registered charity number 227938

This portion of the page is a facsimile of one of the Royal Institution's pages. As they hold copyright on all of their material, the button images have been redrawn, but are in a similar style as the originals.
Facsimile of The Royal Institution main website button
Facsimile of The Davy Faraday Research Laboratory website button
Facsimile of InsideOut website button

The graphic buttons above right should lead you to various resources at the Ri, however many are not easily winkled out. (I understand what Dave Cushman meant as I have not found it easy to mend broken links. I tried to find a url for Davy Faraday Research Lab, but couldn't. The visitor will have to find their own information if they need it. R.P.)

When I was a student I used to avail myself of Faraday lectures and although I cannot remember very many specific things from them, I am certain that they contributed to my education. As a result I would recommend that you take any chance that you may get to attend such lectures.

Written... 07, 08, February 2005,

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