The 2016 Newton lecture was given by Professor Kellogg Stelle of Imperial College in commemoration of the late Sir Tom Kibble, the recipient of the 2016 Newton medal. The lecture was chaired by the Institute’s President, Professor Roy Sambles.
Film by Kevin Hull and Valeria Coizza.
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