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Dr Chris Jackson: The Royal Institution's First Black Lecturer in 185 Years

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Today's guest is a geologist and adventurer that made history last Christmas, by becoming the first black host of the Royal Institution's Christmas lecturer in 185 years. 
After completing a BSc and PhD in Geology at the University of Manchester, before living in Norway, Professor Chris Jackson
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Today's guest is a geologist and adventurer that made history last Christmas, by becoming the first black host of the Royal Institution's Christmas lecturer in 185 years. 
After completing a BSc and PhD in Geology at the University of Manchester, before living in Norway, Professor Chris Jackson is an established geoscientist and world leader in the use of 3D seismic data to understand dynamic processes in sedimentary basins. He has been described by the Geological Society of London as the "leading and most productive interpreter of three-dimensional seismic reflection data of his generation."
Chris' impact goes far deeper than his research however. With a personality that can light up the room, this episode touches on many aspects of his personal and academic life - tackling racism and changing the way we communicate science. Enjoy. 
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