Forthcoming Events

Thought it would be good to highlight some forthcoming events for those people who live locally. On Saturday (13th February), we are having a wonderful open day at the Mueum to celebrate Darwin’s Birthday.  We have an amazing array of wonderful objects and activities lined up, and specialists for you to meet from across the University. It also provides a great  opportunity to come and see some of our amazing animals at close quarters. Why not come along and join in the celebrations – its going to be a great day: http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/whatson/february/ http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/whatson/february/

Over the next month I am also pleased to be supporting the British Science Association and will be representing the Learning Team and The Manchester Museum whilst conducting presentations at two local SciBars.   The first will be on the 1st of March at the Knutsford SciBar and the second will be at the Bollington SciBar on the 12th April. Both talks will focus on amphibian conservation and I will also be taking some very cool frogs along with me. If you live nearby, why not come along – it would be great to meet you!  

http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/web/RegionsandBranches/BranchActivityInYourArea/_North+West/NorthWest/index.htm

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2 Responses

  1. Looking forward to meeting everyone attending the talk tonight at the Vale Inn: http://www.valeinn.co.uk/

  2. Hi Andrew,
    Great talk tonight at The Vale, Sophie and I thoroughly enjoyed it and could have stayed there all night as I’m sure you could. Your passion and enthusiasm really shows, thanks for making the journey from Manchester, hope to see you again soon.
    Best Wishes,
    Ian & Sophie Marshall

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