The Royal Society of New South Wales Southern Highlands

The Royal Society of New South Wales is the oldest learned society in the Southern Hemisphere, tracing its origin to the Philosophical Society of Australasia, founded in Sydney in 1821.

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Next Lecture

18
Jun 2020

Light, sound, and the magic of the Fourier Transform

What would music look like if we could see it?

Lecture by
Prof Geordie Williamson
Founding Head of the University of Sydney's new Mathematics Centre. Prof Williamson is the youngest living Fellow of The Royal Society.
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May 4, 2020
Keeping our shared interests alive during COVID 19
Hubert Regtop

In order to keep our shared interests in science, the arts, literature and philosophy alive in this COVID 19 period of hibernation...

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