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Dating in the Dark, Mk2

Thursday, 18 October, 2012 - 19:00 to 22:00

Science London is seeking 20 guys and 20 girls who are straight, single and aged between 20-34 to come and participate in our speed dating experiment. So if you are open-minded, up for a laugh, looking for someone special and curious to learn about the science behind the dating game then this is the event for you!

After the massive success of our first Dating Games in July we were inundated with emails asking us when the next one was. We wouldn’t want to disappoint you. Especially when you look so nice today, so, on Thursday October 18th Science London will hosting ‘The Dating Games – Science of Compatibility – Mark Two’! The format will be remaining pretty much the same (few tweaks) For full details click here.

When you purchase a ticket to this event you will be asked to complete a short personality profile and submit a headshot of yourself. This information is needed before the date night.

Also please note that when you sign up to this event you will also be participating in a real experiment into the science of dating. There will be journalists at this event who may wish to talk to you about your experience; you will have the option to share your information or decline.


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