British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths held from 8-17 March 2019. This year’s theme is ‘journeys’ and the BNSS has organised three special adult education lectures around this topic.
Lectures are open to all, so if you’re naturally inquisitive and interested in the natural sciences, please feel free to come and enjoy a unique experience – our talks are designed to educate, inform, and challenge! Lectures last approximately 50 minutes followed by a question & answer session and light refreshments to finish.
Saturday 9th March at 2.30pm: Dominic Couzens speaks on the ‘Mysteries of Migration’. more info
Tuesday 12th March at 7.30pm: Professor Jan Wiener speaks on ‘Navigation, Ageing and Dementia: Minimising spatial disorientation in the built environment’. more info
Saturday 16th March at 2.30pm: Dr Anna Hickman speaks on ‘Plankton Journeys’. more info
ADMISSION: Lectures are free, but donations are appreciated!
LOCATION: All lectures will be held at the Bournemouth Natural Science Society, located on the outskirts of Bournemouth Town Centre at 39 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Directions can be found here: http://staging.bnss.org.uk/visit-us