British Science Association Tayside and Fife Branch: 'Robotic exploration of the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt' Dr Rob C Richardson, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of LeedsThe Great pyramid of Giza is the last remaining wonder of the ancient world and still conceals many mysteries around its construction and internal configuration. This talk will describe the challenges, engineering approaches and outcomes of a robotic expedition to explore small shafts (so called air shafts) within the pyramid. Supported by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Scotland More Information The annual Public Lecture programme seeks to offer a varied and interesting series of talks by accomplished scientists in a range of disciplines. It runs from Autumn to Spring with five or six talks evenly spaced out over the winter months. All talks are FREE and are intended for a non-specialist public audience and are open to everyone. There is no need to book in advance. You may also be interested in the following series of talks which are held locally: Cafe Science Dundee and Cafe Science ExtraThe University of Dundee’s Saturday Evening Lectures Booking for this event has now closed.