Free to full-time students
Doors open 8pm TOKE’S Bar
Kathryn Harkup, who wowed the Chipping Campden audience with her presentation of A Is For Arsenic in 2017, examines the science and scientists that influenced the teenager, Mary Shelley #WomenInSTEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) is a 2018 media campaign. The years before 1818 saw huge advances in our understanding of the natural sciences, in areas such as electricity and physiology. Sensational science demonstrations caught the imagination of the general public, while the newspapers were full of lurid tales of murderers.
Kathryn Harkup after completing a doctorate on her favourite chemicals, phosphenes, for six years ran the outreach in engineering, computing, physics and Maths at the University of Surrey, writing talks on science topics that would appeal to bored teenagers. Now a freelance communicator, she delivers talks and workshops on the quirky side of science.
This event is sponsored by The BRI www.campdenbri.co.uk
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