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Who Murdered Mrs Smith? Dr Joanna Buckley, Department of Chemistry, The University of Sheffield and RSC Regional Coordinator, North East England

Friday, 21 March, 2014 - 10:00 to 11:30
The University of Sheffield Schools Laboratory
Department of Chemistry, Dainton Building, The University of Sheffield
Sheffield
S3 7HF
United Kingdom
There’s been a murder! Mrs. Smith, a wealthy local lady, died recently under very suspicious circumstances. You are the chief chemist who has to solve this mysterious case. Using real analytical and forensic chemistry techniques, you will eliminate the suspects one by one and identify the poison.
Booking details: 
Email Joanna Buckley (joanna.buckley@sheffield.ac.uk) to book. 15 places available.
Category: 
Biology, Chemistry, Materials Science
Age group: 
Adults, Children (outside of school)
Contact details
Sandra
Baker Donnelly
Public
science-week@shu.ac.uk
0114 225 4536
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