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WIN TICKETS TO THE 2016 CHRISTMAS LECTURES SUPERCHARGED: FUELLING THE FUTURE

The Royal Institution

The Royal Institution (Ri) is an independent charity and a respected UK leader in science communication, dedicated to connecting scientists with the curious public.

Support the Ri through this year’s Golden Ticket Raffle for your chance to win two tickets to a live filming of the 2016 CHRISTMAS LECTURES Supercharged: Fuelling the future.

This year we are celebrating the 80th anniversary of the first television broadcast of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES on the BBC. This lecture series is the world’s oldest science programme and engages audiences of all ages with spectacular demonstrations and the best in science communication. Previous Lecturers have included Sir David Attenborough, Danielle George, Richard Dawkins and, of course, Michael Faraday.

We receive no government funding so we can only continue this inspiring education programme with the help of you, our supporters.

Every raffle ticket purchased will help us bring science into the living rooms of families all across the nation.
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Support the Ri for your chance to win

Tickets for the raffle are just £10 each. You can select up to 20 tickets during checkout, and every penny raised will help us inspire people of all ages with a love of science. The raffle closes at 23:59 on Wednesday 30 November 2016.

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The CHRISTMAS LECTURES use daring demonstrations, the latest technology and hands-on participation to encourage young people to observe, question and explore the world around them. Support the Ri, give £10 today

Our lecture theatre at 21 Albemarle Street has hosted the most influential scientists of the past 200 years. Today it is host to our CHRISTMAS LECTURES and public events throughout the year. Support the Ri, give £30 today

Here at the Royal Institution we believe that a healthy discourse between science and society can only happen if people are given the opportunity to talk to and question scientists. Support the Ri, give £50 today

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