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This year's lectures are entitled:The Triumph of Technology.
Wednesdays 8pm-8.45pm, 6 April to 4 May 2005.
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Lord Broers answered listeners questions in a special live online programme.

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Lord Broers Lecturer: Lord Broers

This year's Reith Lecturer is the distinguished engineer, Lord Broers who is President of the Royal Academy of Engineering and Chairman of the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee.
The Triumph of Technology Lectures: The Triumph of Technology

Technology can and should hold the key to the future of the human race.
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Triumph of Technology vote Triumph of Technology Vote

What was the greatest invention of the last 200 years? In conjunction with You and Yours we invite you to help answer this question in a listeners' poll. The vote has now ended. Lord Alec Broers, will be announcing the result of the vote on You and Yours, Thursday 5th May.
The Schedule The Schedule

The Triumph of Technology lectures wwere broadcast on Wednesdays and Saturdays in April and May 2005.
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THE LECTURES

Lecture audio and transcripts will be available after each broadcast.

  • Lecture 1:
    Technology will Determine the Future of the Human Race

  • Lecture 2:
    Collaboration

  • Lecture 3:
    Innovation and Management

  • Lecture 4:
    Nanotechnology and Nanoscience

  • Lecture 5:
    Risk and Responsibility


  • TECHNOLOGY VOTE

    What was the greatest invention of the last 200 years? In conjunction with You and Yours we invite you to help answer this question in a listeners' poll
    Nominations have begun, follow this link to find out more

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  • Cambridge University Engineeering Department

  • Royal Academy of Engineering

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