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We have been notified about four talks on Marconi in 2020.
The talks are all free but you must register to attend (click on the links below):-

 

Marconi and the invisible Universe
by Professor Danielle George MBE

Talk about Marconi's impact on the world of radio astronomy and the new age of instrumentation, including  the Internet of Things (IoT).

When: Tuesday 31st March, 19.30 - 21:00
Location: ARU (Anglia Ruskin University- SAL001) , Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Click here to book and details of the Marconi and the invisible Universe talk

 

Two wireless ages: from Marconi’s wireless telegraphy to the Internet of Things
by Dr Elizabeth Bruton

Talk will explore the two wireless ages: from Marconi wireless telegraphy to the internet of things. What can we learn from the Marconi’s first age of wireless, over 100 years ago?

When: Friday 22nd May, 19.30 - 21:00
Location: ARU (Anglia Ruskin University - Que 101) , Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Click here to book tickets and for information on Two Wireless Ages talk


Dame Nellie sings! A night that changed the world
by Tim Wander

Discover the story of the first radio broadcast experiments from the Marconi Chelmsford New Street works, and Nellie Melba's famous concert on 15 June 1920.

When: Wednesday 10th June, 19:30 - 21:00
Location: ARU (Anglia Ruskin University - Mab 221) , Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

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A World without Marconi
by Alan Hartley-Smith (Chelmsford Civic Society)

Most people regard Marconi's contribution to the World is wireless and radio but from this sprang the whole world of electronics which now dominate the modern world, in particular the impact of computers and their many influences. The talk covers our contribution to the development and use of the technologies that enable the many ways in which they affect our world.

When: Tuesday 16th June, 14:00 - 15:30
Location: Baptist Church, Victoria Road, Chelmsford, CM1 1LN

Click here to book tickets and for more information A World without Marconi talk.