Professor George's talk on the role of citizens in engineering will be broadcast live this Thursday, 26 May
Can you deliver a successful engineering project by crowdfunding? Will citizen data scientists help astrophysicists study the dawn of time?
Watch live from 6pm BST on Thursday, 26 May as Danielle George, Professor of Radio Engineering here at the University, discusses the role of citizens in engineering projects at our annual Cockcroft Rutherford Lecture, and will get everyone in the audience participating in a project of her own.
The Cockcroft Rutherford Lecture is the Division of Development and Alumni's flagship event for friends and alumni of the University. Previous hosts have included Professors Brian Cox, Michael Wood and Dame Sally Davies.