Which Royal Institution speaker or scientist are you?

As part of #museumweek, we've conducted extensive and painstaking research to answer that most fundamental of questions: Which person from the history of the Royal Institution are you most like? Or at least, a little bit like...

The Royal Institution
Created by The Royal Institution
On Mar 21, 2014

Pick a place

Pick a hobby

Pick an item of clothing

What's better: very big things or very small things?

Pick a character from 'Breaking Bad'

What kind of relationship do you like?

What kind of maths do you like?

What would you want to be named after you?

Are you posh?

Humphry Davy

Humphry Davy

You love experiments, elements and romantic poetry!

Discover Davy's incredible story:
http://www.rigb.org/our-history/people/d/humphry-davy

Michael Faraday

Michael Faraday

You are charismatic, kind and almost certainly a genius.

Discover the genius of Faraday:
http://www.rigb.org/our-history/people/f/michael-faraday

Kathleen Lonsdale

Kathleen Lonsdale

You like investigating the world down to the smallest detail.

More about Kathleen's incredible life:
http://www.rigb.org/blog/2014/january/spotlight-on-kathleen-lonsdale

John Tyndall

John Tyndall

You like mountains, the climate and getting killed by your wife.

Discover more about Tyndall's epic life:
http://www.rigb.org/our-history/people/t/john-tyndall1

Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan

You like the discovering new worlds, the power of science and turtleneck sweaters.

Watch his 1977 Christmas Lectures:
http://richannel.org/christmas-lectures/1977/1977-carl-sagan

Monica Grady

Monica Grady

You're fascinated by outer space, meteorites and exploring new worlds.

For more about the Royal Institution, see:
http://rigb.org/