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Video Conferencing at the Institute

Video Conferencing at the Isaac Newton Institute

Equipped to produce high level quality live sound and image broadcasts, the Institute Video Conferencing facilities encourage participants to use the latest voice and video technology to communicate and collaborate with one another.

Typical uses of Video Conferencing include:

  • Small to medium sized meetings.
  • Distance Learning, Lectures and Tutorials.
  • Professional presentations.
  • Interviews.
  • Office web conferences (laptop computer available)

Royal Commission Exhibition of 1851

Video Conferencing facilities have been acquired through a grant from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.

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