Spiritus: Ordered Universe at the Bouygues UK Cambridge e-Luminate Festival: ‘Let There be Light!’

Friday 10th: Great St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, 15.00-19.30: Ordered Universe will be presenting Let There be Light! Medieval and Modern Science on Light, which starts with a series of short talks from 15.00 – 17.00 on the project, its research and the new projection by Ross Ashton and Karen Monid which forms part of the e-Luminate Festival. Come and hear Ross Ashton on the making of the show, Richard Bower from Durham’s Institute of Computational Cosmology on modelling Grosseteste’s treatise On Light, Hannah Smithson, Experimental Pscychology – University of Oxford, on Emobodied Light and Grosseteste’s theories of colour and the rainbow, Giles Gasper, Durham University, History Department, on Grosseteste and his scientific writings, and Tom McLeish, Physics, Durham University on lessons for modern debate between science and religion from the Middle Ages.

After the talks, the research team will be showing some interactive aspects of our research, and a poster exhibition, with more on the project, medieval science, modern vision science and galaxy modelling. Dr Sebastian Falk from Girton College will be joining us with a display on astroblabes. The talks and activities are free, the timetable and programme are listed below. Please do come along if you are in Cambridge, or to let others know!spiritus-poster

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