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SciBar Didsbury May

Didsbury SciBar

SciBar Didsbury takes place at The Albert Club, Lansdowne Road, West Didsbury at 6.30pm on the third Monday of the month.

Future discussions:

17th June - TBC 15th June - TBC

The next discussion will be "So how much bandwidth do you really want?" and will be hosted by Nigel Linge

Stop Monday night feeling like like a inescapable black hole! Head down to Didsbury Scibar and get the low down on life, the universe and everything.

Venue: The Albert Club, West Didsbury Date: Monday 20th May Time: 6.30pm http://www.scibar.info

This event is organised by the North West branch of the British Science Association http://www.britishscienceassociation.org

The Albert Club, 39 - 41 Old Lansdowne Rd, West Didsbury, M20 2PA T: 0161 445 1056 E: info@thealbertclub.co.uk http://thealbertclub.co.uk/

Previous SciBar Didsbury topics:

15th April 2013 - The Arsonist, the Martian, the Cat and the Coke….oh and Dwain 18th March 2013 - Why Nature Likes Fibonacci Numbers 18th February 2013 - Chemical Engineering 21st January 2013 - Nuclear energy

April 2012 - Cancer? Yeast has answers... January 2012 - PR nonsense – The formula for the perfect X December 2011 - Human Evolution November 2011 - Water Pollution and Salford Quays – How to Clean a Canal October 2011 - Why Bigger Breasts Are Not Always Best September 2011 - Scientific Fraud August 2011 - Stroke - the Brain Strikes Back July 2011 - Animal Biology June 2011 - ADSR - Why firing a particle accelerator at a nuclear reactor is a good idea May 2011 - A new method of dating ancient pottery April 2011 - Evolution - what, why and how March 2011 - Adulteration and Toxicity February 2011 - The Conquest of cold January 2011 - Pseudoscience December 2010 - No Scibar this month November 2010 - Pulsars: Superclocks in Space! October 2010 - Climate prediction September 2010 - The Elusive and Mysterious Neutrino August 2010 - Energy Conservation in the Digital Age July 2010 - Photonic Crystals in Butterflies June 2010 - Young Inventors Innovating the Future April 2010 - Good chemistry Bad chemicals