Sciences in Oxford’s History – An Afternoon Guided Walking Tour

Walking Tour
A fascinating tour to hear of the transformation of the study of sciences at Oxford. By the 14th century, Oxford was famous for the work of Bacon and Grosseteste, for developments in mathematics and astronomy. The 17th century saw Boyle, Hooke and Halley make their respective discoveries. Hear about the impact of medical research under Florey and of 21st century programmes.
Followed by cream tea

Meet at 2pm outside McDonald’s in Cornmarket Street