There’s going to be a lecturer explaining soap bubbles on Brayford campus

Sure, it’s a Maths lecture


Bubble-loving Maths students at Lincoln will be beside themselves today, with news that an esteemed lecturer will be visiting the uni to explain the science behind the elusive soap bubble.

Professor Simon Cox will be hosting a talk named “Fascinating foams: the mathematics of soap bubbles” at 7pm on March 2nd,.

Head of the Lincoln School of Mathematics and Physics Professor Andrei V. Zvelindovsky said: “A distinctive feature of the courses will be the availability of industrial placements, with students taking part in applied, real-world research.”

Fun.

Ooh, bubbles. Enlightening.

Ooh, bubbles. Enlightening

You can catch the action at the Brayford Campus in the EMMTEC lecture theatre. Send an email to John Stacey at [email protected] to have a place reserved.

Not to burst anyone’s bubble, but it will probably not make washing the pots up any more exciting or mind-opening.