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  • Date and time: Sunday 9 June 2024, 4.30pm to 5.30pm
  • Location: In-person only
    Ron Cooke Hub, Campus East, University of York (Map)
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

Event details

Our digital footprints are getting larger and larger. We’re both generating and storing information at an incredible rate. Not only is the quantity of storage we’re using increasing each year, but the amount by which it’s growing gets larger each year too.

Physicist James Lees of the University of York examines the issues scientists and engineers face as they look to create new technologies that remain affordable.

About the speaker

Dr James Lees is an Associate Lecturer with the University of York’s School of Physics, Engineering and Technology. He has worked across a wide range of physics projects including astrophysics, nuclear, biophysics and condensed matter research. Alongside this, James has a keen interest in science communication and outreach, having worked on several nationwide committees and written a number of physics books.


Venue details

  • Wheelchair accessible