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The science of Doctor Who

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Dr Paul Parsons takes us on a journey through time and space and explains some of the science behind the series. Is it possible to travel in time? Could the TARDIS really exist and is it actually possible to regenerate? Dr Paul Parsons is author of ‘The Science of Doctor Who’, which was longlisted for the 2007 Royal Society Prize for Science Books. He is former editor of the award-winning BBC science and technology magazine Focus, and a lifelong worshipper of Doctor Who.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.

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