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Molecules of Murder
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In “Molecules of Murder” Dr Emsley will look at natural and man-made poisons and explain how those who murdered in this way hoped to escape detection – among the others, the case of Litvienko (murdered with Po-212) and G. Markov (death by toxin charged in a n umbrella). —£2 entry, FREE for members Followed by a reception with food and drink! —-
This talk is part of the SciSoc - Cambridge University Scientific Society (CUSS) series.
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