Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution
The promotion advancement of science, literature and art
Friday 17th - Sunday 19th October
Advance booking for whole or part-weekend:
Bath Box Office: 01225 463 362...
Monday 15th September 7.30pm 1 - 4.30pm
Tickets £6/£4 or £10/£6 for both afternoon and evening event.
Bath Box Office 01225 463 362...
Our Saturday Coffee Morning is open to both members and non-members. Please come and enjoy conversation and Martin Carwardine’s Coffee (£1.00 a...
Stimulating youth orientated activities in science, technology & chemistry.
This is where you can find information on talks and events. BRLSI talks are open to all at £4 (£2 to members and students). Non-BRLSI events check poster.
The BRLSI has a large collection of objects and specimens from around the world. A selection can be seen in our Online Museum.
Our members attend our programme of events at a reduced rate as well as other benefits.
Are we eating more than in the past or exercising less? The answer is complicated and controversial. On Friday 25 July 2014 at 7.30 pm, Professor Joe Millward of the University of Surrey will speak on “Energy Balance and Obesity: Gluttony or Sloth”, as part of the Science Group series on Energy.
For green energy technologies, development of new materials is crucial. On Friday June 27th at 7.30 pm, Professor Saiful Islam of the University of Bath will explain recent advances for fuel cells and lithium batteries as part of the Science Group series on Energy.
Paul Thomas awarded the Mayor of Bath's Citizen Award 2014.
FREE EXHIBITION: Spectacular Fossils from an Ancient Somerset Sea
24 May - 30 September
10am - 4pm
Monday - Saturday
Monday 15th September 2014
Tickets £6 (£4 MEMBERS BRLSI, BSA, RGS)
£10 joint ticket for afternoon and evening event.
Tickets through Bath Office www.bathboxoffice.org.uk
Monday 15 September
David Halpin, University of London
£4 visitors, £2 members/students
When the lift was put in, an underground stream had to be diverted through a culvert.
Founded in the 7th Century, Glastonbury Abbey became one of the wealthiest and most powerful in the land by the mid-late mediaeval period. An “Engraving of a seal of the Abbey of Glaston” in the British Museum’s collection, identical to this wax impression, is dated 1536. This seal may have been in use for much longer.