On Tuesday 5 March we are holding a joint meeting with KESS (Kilmarnock Engineering and Science Society).
Professor Jim Penman from the University of Strathclyde will be speaking to us about " The Genius of James Clerk Maxwell".
Clerk Maxwell's research into electromagnetic radiation led to the
development of television, mobile phones, radio and infra-red
telescopes. The largest astronomical telescope in the world, at Mauna
Kea Observatory in Hawaii, is named in his honour.
It should be a most informative and enjoyable evening.