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Prestige lecture series

Monday, 11 March, 2013 - 10:00 to Friday, 22 March, 2013 - 15:00

To celebrate National Science & Engineering Week 2013, SETPOINT Hertfordshire are organising a selection of Science & Engineering speakers at Hertfordshire secondary schools. Each talk will last approximately 45 - 60 minutes and are free of charge. In general start times will be mid morning and early afternoon. Lectures subjects include: Materials in Action - The Engineering Tourist; Record Breaking Elements of the periodic Table - A World without Wires; A Future in Civil Engineering - The Science of People IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2011 - Hi-Tech Warfare GM Who? How Does the World of Genetically Modified Organisms Relate to You. Gas turbines and the Environment Space & Time for Newton to Einstein Science Beyond the Lab - from Brain Experiments to Books! . A Big History of the Very Small . The Hunt of Life Elsewhere The Amazing Science & Technology behind 'mobile texting' Building Engineering is Fun.

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Free
Categories: 
Biology, Construction/ Industry, Earth Science, Electronics, Engineering, Environmental Science, General Science, Materials Science, Maths, Physics, Psychology, Space Science and Technology
Age group: 
Secondary schools and Sixth form students
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Pauline
Beszant
01438 755075
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Pauline
Beszant
01438 755075
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