Royal Institution of Great Britain

Founded in 1799 by leading scientists, the Royal Institution of Great Britain (RI) focuses on scientific research and education and supports public engagement with the sciences. Famously, Michael Faraday founded the RI Christmas Lectures. The RI has had fifteen scientists win Nobel Prizes, and ten chemical elements were discovered here. Related BRANCH Article: Shannon Draucker, “Hearing, Sensing, Feeling Sound: On Music and Physiology in Victorian England, 1857–1894”


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